Top Ten Early Childhood Books of 2015
…according to me anyway!
Oh me, oh my how I wish I was a clever as the authors and illustrators of the books below! How cleverly they manage to capture the attention of children and adults alike! I liken good picture books for young children to ‘The Simpsons’ – written on two levels – level one for the children, and then level two for the adults with a whole other layer of complexity and/or humour. The books below are absolute MUST HAVES in your home and in libraries around the country. They are, as far as I’m concerned, the best of the best in early childhood books and you will never, ever regret spending money on them. Picture books are expensive and I’m well aware of this. However they are an investment and you are far better off spending $30 on one PERFECT picture book, then purchasing several $5 ones from a remainders bin or large department store – trust me; I’m a librarian and librarians always speak the truth! For my Top Twenty books for babies see here.
For more about the importance of bedtime reading see here.
My Top Ten Early Childhood Books for 2015
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‘The Amazing A-Z Thing’ by Bronwyn Bancroft and Sally Morgan
‘Hurry up Alfie’ by Anna Walker
‘Mr Huff’ by Anna Walker
‘A Curry for Murray’ by Kate Hunter and Lucia Masciullo
‘Emu’ by Claire Saxby and Graham Byrne
To purchase in print, audio or e-book where available, click on title links. To purchase on Kindle click image below or click here.