Some Favourite Books for Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers!

Author: villaget   Date Posted:15 January 2014 

Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

Julia Donaldson's books are colourful, delightful, beautifully illustrated stories which all promote wonderful messages for kids. Julia has written many books including the Gruffalo, however these are our favourites. The Highway RatThe snail and the whaleStick-ManRoom on the Broom

Pamela Allen

Pamela Allen is a genius with her illustrations and easy to read rhyming stories. The funny Mr Mc Gee features in many. We have almost the complete set however the ones below are also our favourites. mr-mcgee-and-the-blackberry-jamMr McGee Goes to SeaThe potato peoplemr-mcgee-and-the-big-bag-of-breadthe-pear-in-the-pear-treeBertie and the Bear

Judith Kerr

Mog is star character in a list of 17 Mog books by Judith Kerr. Mog and sometimes her owners encounter a raft of different problems or episodes in each book. Mog and BunnyMogs bad thingMog and the Grannymog on fox night

Eric Carle

Everybody's long time favourite and simply a must have on a child's bookshelf. Since it was first published in 1969, more than 30 million copies has been sold world wide. If you don't have at least one copy on your book shelf already, you must get one! Makes a great keep-sake gift for a first baby! HungryCaterpillar

David Roberts

This one is sure to get some giggles and laughs, however not for the queezy or faint hearted! Dirty Bertie

Gene Zion

First published in 1956, Harry the Dirty Dog book is another classic "must have" on your child's shelf. Much like the Hungry Caterpillar, Harry the Dirty Dog also makes a great gift for a first newborn baby (we received 2 copies!) Harry the Dirty Dog Lost and Found

Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury

We're Going on a Bear Hunt