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Toddler Library Loot

Welcome to my Library Loot post hosted by The Captive Reader and Real Life Reading. This week is another Toddler edition.

Here is what we (I) chose:

Oi Puppies by Kes Gray (click for link to Goodreads)

The Rhyming Rabbit by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks (click for link to Goodreads)

The Rescue of Bunny Wunny by Emma Chichester Clark (click for link to Goodreads)

Have you been to the Library recently?

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Toddler Library Loot

Welcome to my Library Loot post hosted by The Captive Reader and Real Life Reading. This week is a Toddler edition because the library books that I want are on hold!

Peppa Loves Doctors and Nurses

Book Description From Goodreads:

“Peppa loves doctors and nurses! In this adorable 8×8 storybook with a poster, she learns just what these heroes do. Based on the hit TV show, as seen on Nick Jr!

Doctor Brown Bear and Nurse Fox visit Peppa’s playgroup. They show the children how to be healthy, eat well, and wash their hands! This wonderful storybook comes with a special hand washing poster. The poster can be hung up by kitchen or bathroom sinks, or wherever you choose!”

Astromouse by Steve Smallman

Book Description From Goodreads:

When Pip the mouse learns that the moon is made of stinky cheese, he has a big idea—he’s going to be an Astromouse! Pip makes himself a rocket out of an old funnel and some cardboard, and prepares for take-off. But blasting to the moon is harder than he thought and things don’t go quite to plan. 

A heartwarming story about the big dreams of a little mouse, this picture book is sure to delight and entertain. 

Beautifully illustrated, QEB’s Storytime series introduces young children to the pleasures of reading and sharing stories. Featuring charming animal and human characters, the books explore important social and emotional themes like friendship, gratitude, perseverance, and overcoming fears. A Next Steps page at the back provides guidance for parents and teachers.”

We shall see if he takes to either of them. He personally picked Peppa Pig. I am not a fan of the television programme so he doesn’t get to watch it!

Have you been to the Library recently?

#lovetoread #booksarelife #readingisfundamental #whatimreading #bookreviewer #bookaddicts #bookpost #tbrpile #justread #bookishphotography #whattoreadnext #readallday #bookworms #booksofinstagram #bookwormproblems #bookaholic #bookpic #newreads #booknerd #libraryloot #library #librarybook

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