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Angela McAllister's Top Ten Favourite Children's Books
Angela McAllister is the author of A Year Full of Stories and the recently published A World Full of Stories. Two wonderful books which my girls are really enjoying at the moment. Angela's ability in collecting such wonderfully rich stories and comprising them into these two beautifully illustrated books is a gift and I'm so ...
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Oliver Jeffers shares his Top Ten Favourite Children's Books
Who doesn't love Oliver Jeffers? Without a doubt, many of his own books would appear on other authors' top ten book lists. They would certainly make the cut on my list! His super charming children's books are big-time favourites in our house. 'How to Catch a Star' and 'Lost and Found' will forever remind me of ...
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Tom Schamp's Top Ten Book List
  We are big fans of Tom Schamp. His latest book Show & Tell Me The World offers a world of discovery for young and older children to enjoy. It's a huge, almost dictionary like book which guides children through the variations of daily life. Bright, inviting, exciting and meticulously detailed it's an entertaining book which ...
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Rebecca Colby's Top Ten Book List
I'm so excited to share a new top ten list of children's books from the author of the super fun story, There was a Wee Lassie who Swallowed a Midgie, Rebecca Colby. It's is a mix of cherished books from both Rebecca's childhood and her adult years. 1. No Matter What, written and illustrated by Debi Gliori, 1999 I truly ...
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Sophy Henn's Top Ten Book List
My girls and I are big fans of Sophy Henn. We adore her picture book, Where Bear? which Courtney introduced me to. And her latest book Pass It On is utterly divine. Full of love and hugs and loads of happiness! I was so thrilled when Sophie agreed to tell me all about her top ...
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Chris Haughton's Top Ten Book List
Any one of Chris Haughton's books, if not all of them should grace everyone's bookshelves. Ssh! We Have a Plan is awesome and A Bit Lost is just the sweetest. I can't wait to read his latest, Goodnight Everyone. I'm delighted Chris has shared his favourites with us today ... 1) That is Not my Hat by Jon Klassen. ...
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Kiran Millwood Hargrave's Top Ten Book List
I am so excited to share this Top Ten with you all! Kiran Millwood Hargrave's is an incredible writer. Her latest book, The Girl of Ink and Stars is truely superb and I shall be writing a separate post on it very soon. As soon I finished her book I made a note to myself to contact ...
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Polly Faber's Top Ten Book List
We are so delighted to tell you that our Top Ten Book List is back! It's been a time long since we last shared one with you so I'm thrilled to kick-start it by inviting Polly Faber, author of the fantastic Mango & Bambang books, to share her ten favourite children's books. Here they are: 1. The Adventures of the Little Wooden Horse by ...
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Karin Littlewood's Book List
I've mentioned Karin Littlewood before in my review of her book, Immi (which we still really love!). Karin lives and works in London and has illustrated more than 40 children's books published in the UK and worldwide. I got in touch with her after discovering her books and have since discovered she is not only ...
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Helen Stephens' Top Ten Book List
At the recent school book fair, I bought a book for each of my children. I bought Helen Stephens' The Night Iceberg for my daughter because she loves penguins and because I was drawn to the sweet illustrations... and it turned out to be the most successful book we bought. Having read it now numerous times, ...
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Marc Boutavant's Top Ten Favourite Children's Books
Marc Boutavant's Mouk is one of those children's books that simply must grace your bookshelves.  The illustration is so brilliantly vibrant and engaging.  Often compared to Richard Scarry, so it is interesting to see a Scarry book in his Top Ten list of children's books. Marc is not only a children's book illustrator but also ...
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Alison Jay's Top Ten Books
When my daughter was born Courtney bought my son a present (she's so good like that!). It was a book illustrated by English artist, Alison Jay (I Took the Moon for a Walk).  It was my first introduction to Alison's work and (just as Courtney told me I would) I fell in love with her ...
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Leo Timmers' Top Ten favourite children's books
Leo Timmers was born in 1970, in Belgium and still lives in Brussels with his wife and two daughters.  Trained as a graphic designer he soon began to illustrate children’s books. In 2000 he wrote his first story Happy with Me which won a Bookfeather Award for illustration.  He has also won the annual Children’s ...
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Andrea Beaty's book list
I love this new series on Babyccino Kids (I hope you do too!) and every time I write up someone's book-list I think through what would be on mine ... it is SUCH a difficult task and almost impossible to narrow down to just 10 books but I'm absoutely sure (no shadow of a doubt) ...
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