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So... it's my nieces' first birthday soon; any suggestions for books? I've got The Very Hungry Caterpillar on my list so far. Any more ideas gratefully received!
Broadly I heartily agree with your sentiment, oldstick, but I think that, even for a one year old, there are things like rhyme, rhythm, repetition and modulation of speech which will make the reading more entertaining and, if that matters, more educational.
Each Peach, Pear, Plum comes to mind as one that I enjoyed reading to my little ones.
I also found the 'Mr' books of Roger Hargreaves were a favourite. Don't attempt to go for all of them, just two or three, because then the tinies come to remember all the words, and this encourages speech. Mr Messy was read in our house so frequently I couldn't guess a number!
Well I'll be hornswoggled - you can!
The Beatrix Potter are lovely and there are short ones for smalls Fierce Bad Rabbit up to longer ones for much older kids. I think they appeal more to adults than kids though.
She is 3 now and has the stamina for longer books. Room on the Broom is good now and Bumpus Jumpus Dinosaurumpus. Whatamess the good is one we read at my mums, mine from when I was a child.
There was an old lady who swallowed a fly. Once there were giants she did like.
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