Thursday

Books to read to your 0 - 4 year olds

Try these great reads

Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
Kip by Christina Booth
I like fruit by Lorena Siminovich
Anything by Pamela Allen
Anything by Mick Inkpen
Too purpley by Jean Reidy
Anything by Stephen Micheal King
Monster by Andrew Daddo and Bruce Whatley
In the bath by Leslie Patricelli
Books by Rod Campbell
That's Not My... books by Fiona Watt
Hairy Maclary books by Lynley Dodd
Touch and Feel books
Elmer books by David McKee
Ladybird First favourite nursery rhymes
Ten little fingers and ten little toes by Mem Fox
Extraordinary pets by Harriet Ziefert
Anything by Bob Graham
I love my... (series) by Anna Walker
Tony Mitton books
Anything by Tony Ross

Thanks to Cronulla Library Children's Department, Sydney, Australia that came up with this list.

Your favourites

Do you have any favourites you would like to add?
I am compiling a list from teachers and parents and your name and link would be credited on it.

6 comments:

earth sky sea child said...

Good list; I would add "Where is the Green Sheep" by Mem Fox

Gooseberry Jam said...

What a wonderful blog you have created, as a mother of five and three of those under five, I encourage as much imaginative (mostly Outdoor) play as I can! You have some great ideas and resources here... A book I would recommend is 'The little Red Hen" it is part of The little Golden Books collection. A favourite in our house and teaches the children some valuable lessons about producing your own food, sharing the work load and being rewarded for your efforts!
I'm sure you would know of it, you can read the story here on my blog! http://gooseberryjamman.blogspot.com/2011/03/little-red-hen.html :)

Lesley @early play said...

Thanks so much both of you for the great suggestions, I love them both and love both of your amazing sites. Makes me happy there are so many creative people out there for kids.

jo @ Indigo Inspirations said...

hello...there is a wonderful collection of books by an American Steiner Teacher called "The Tales of Tiptoes Lightly".....they are wonderful and are the first books I always suggest xox Jo

@GNN said...

Thank you Jo - so many places to so many great sites to see. i will return to yours and definately 'Google' your suggestion. Thanks so much

Stasha said...

These are lovely. My son andi read books every day. If you check back with Monday Listicles, a few before you, at number 42 is a list written by one of the most popular children's book authors Iza Trapani. Wonderful to read. Her perspective on why she writes for children...

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