Which books do your 1yr olds love?
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    Can you please recommend me some books for my mindees' Christmas presents?
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    feeling books especially the 'that's not my......' range
    if you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Juggler View Post
    feeling books especially the 'that's not my......' range
    My 2 year olds loved them last year we got that's not my donkey and that's not my fairy among other winter/ Christmas related ones .

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    Mum of three, 6,5 and 4. Now minding a few more too!

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    Dinosaur Roar
    That's not my .....
    Dear Zoo
    Who are you, baby kangaroo?
    Secret Seahorse
    There's a cow in the cabbage patch
    How loud is a lion?


    I gave WHo are you baby kangaroo to a 1 year old mindee years ago - she is now coming up for 6 and it is still her favourite book! It's falling apart and Mum and her know it off by heart

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    Whatever Next! this seems to be a favourite

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    Dig dig digging
    Hooray for fish (ours has a dvd too and LOs love it)
    Where's spot

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    No Banana
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    Giggly Babies

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    Stockman is my 16month mindees favourite, he loves pointing to the animals and making the sounds, he enjoys the fast repetition and join in with the phrases such as dog and girl, even my three year old mindees know the words off by heart now.

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    It's a new one for me but my daughter absolutely loves "here comes the babies" and "what makes me happy" they are by same authur but can't remember name. It's rhyming and she wants the same two books all the time. Have bought her "kids" by same author for Christmas

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    Thanks for the tried and tested inspiration, everyone

 

 

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