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Childrens books what can you recommend please?

Mardyass Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
My 4 year old is a book worm,go her some more books recently from a deal posted on here but always on the look out for more
her favourites at the moment are:

Vincent the vain (must admit i love this one myself!)
The gruffalo
The Tiger that came to tea
the very hungry caterpillar
paddington

can you recommend any books that would be suitable for her?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Have you tried the Little Workmates series? http://www.ladybird.co.uk/grownUps/educators/birthToThree/littleWorkmates.html - not so good for adults, but my daughter loved them

Anything by Julia Donaldson is good - Room on the Broom and the Snail and the Whale are very good

& the classic Ladybird fairy stories always go down well - Cinderella, Jack & the beanstalk etc

EDIT - forgot the Little Princess library - v funny - available at red house books £8.99
http://www.redhouse.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_10151_18251_138388_100_31101_31101_category_
#2
excellent thankyou very much :)
#3
does your library offer a free ordering service for kiddies books?

mine does, i find good book/author and oder it on the internet and i can collect it within a week.

I like to do this as it feels like shopping , but is free. my 7 year old can sometimes get a bit funny about returning the books though. gets quite upset.
#5
does she like story or information books?

do you go to the library? ours does a storytime session and then we can borrow the books after.
#6
Shes not a member of the library yet but will be within the next couple of weeks,she likes story books,not sure if our local library offer anything on ordering via the net,thats something to check out :)

love the book people had some fab bargains from there so far so will take another peek thankyou very much
#7
and whilst im thinking about it i remember some books i had when i was a kid and loved them,there was a family of bears,each bear was a different colour and a spotty dog (dalmatian?) was always included does anyone know what these books are called please?

long shot in the dark i guess lol
#8
My absolute favourite children's book, 'Love You Forever' by Robert Munsch.

I still love it!
#9
If she likes The Gruffalo then she'll love Room on the Broom as mentioned above by the same people, we've had it for a couple of years now and it is still the favourite book of my 7 & 3 yr old daughters (and Mummy & Daddy too), the rhymes are fantastic and we get them to join in by shouting the "and woosh it was gone" each time, any by these two are fab so look them up.
#10
each peach, pear plum is very good

elmer seems to be popular too

is charlie and lola too old for her?

winnie the witch series?

nick sharratt is a good author for 4 year olds. my daughter loves octopus socktopus and elephant wellyphant.
#11
is she a young 4 or is she in reception?
#12
just ordered.....
THE SMARTEST GIANT IN TOWN by Julia Donaldson
THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE Julia Donaldson
ROOM ON THE BROOM by Julia Donaldson
THE SHARING A SHELL SONG BOOK BY JULIA DONALDSON
THE GRUFFALO'S CHILD
The Large Family Collection - 5 Books
Jill Murphy

so got some more to be getting on with :)
#13
blackpeppa
is she a young 4 or is she in reception?
shes in reception,yeah elmer thats an idea i know they had to dress up as elmer before xmas :thumbsup:
#14
Mardyass
shes in reception,yeah elmer thats an idea i know they had to dress up as elmer before xmas :thumbsup:


she is the same age as my girl then. although she likes books she is not a bookworm.

my 7 yr old boy is, he gets attached to his books. its lovely to read to him, he listens and appreciates his bedtime story. we are just starting roald dahl.
#15
michael rosen is the children's writer who is often on the wright stuff. have you ever seen him?

this is his website and does a lot for 4 - 7 year olds.

http://www.michaelrosen.co.uk/work.html

have you seen this website someone has just posted?i have never heard of it, going to check it out now
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/316057/peppa-pig-colour-and-play-pack-only/
#16
will check it out now,never heard of michael rosen
#17
Mardyass
will check it out now,never heard of michael rosen



Don't Put Mustard in the Custard!!!
#18
My favourite for reading out loud is Elberts Bad Word by Audrey Wood, its so good I took it in to reception and read it to 20 odd 4 year olds, its a story about being good and not swearing!
#19
if you dont mind 2nd habd books look in 2nd hand shops or car boot sales you can get lots then for next to nothing, repetition books are good for children of this age my son loves hairy mclary
#20
cant wait for the car boots to start up again here i love em!
#21
Giraffes Can't Dance, Rumble in the Jungle and Elephant WelliPhant are favourites in our house.

WHSmith and Waterstones both have BOGOF offers on various books suitable for this age-we got Charlie & Lola and Dinasaurs don't Wear underpants yesterday-£5.99 for both.
#22
"Guess How Much I Love You"

Our kids used to love this, along with a few that have already been mentioned
#23
Hairy Maclary stories were a big hit with ours:)
#24
golfchip
"Guess How Much I Love You"

Our kids used to love this, along with a few that have already been mentioned


That book still makes me cry :lol:

When you join yer library Mardy check out the bit where they sell books. You can pick 'em up for about 10p each

Was gonna sugest 'The tiger who came for tea' but you got that lol

We also got a set of 5 books had one called'the lazy ladybird' and 'the fidily fish' its a fab set.
'we're going on a bear hunt' is another cracker :)

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