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Ten of the best storybooks for young kids this children's book week and Christmas 2016
Each of a small child's parents will be intimately acquainted with the cute torment that often reads and re-reads his favorite tales several readings a days - so it is important that the textbooks you reread together assert themselves against unrelenting repetitions and please both of you. In this funny book, the crazy illustration captures the sound of his rubbish to perfection.
Kids like the messy world of ideas - squeezing a hippopotamus into a bubble, a crawler in roll-shoes, or a pork on a skateboard - and the ludicrous words are a pleasure to hear loud. This is the successor of The Queen's Hat, which was awarded the first book prize of the Evening Standard at the beginning of the year.
Really joy is discovering the humour concealed in the ever-growing tumult. The Lonely Beast, Chris Judge's first children's book, won the Irish Children's Book of the Year 2011, and this, his third edition of Beastliness, is another delicacy. This fast-paced story, narrated by light, cartoon-like illustration, the beast goes in quest of a cheeky snow beast who has stole all the implements from a hilltop town and is casting doubts on the yearly snow festival.
Penguins and their buddies in this jewel of a book are flying away from Antarctica by mistake on the tails of a dragon and find themselves in an archipelago of islands - and make an inspired way to return home. However, Dave cannot help but think that there could be a better place for him out there, so he goes to find out.
Each kid hates the tickling monster that goes to tickling all his buddies, followed by Tom and Bear. This tale follows the extraterrestrial Beegu's voyage with nice pictures. This year, however, everything changes when Gerald realizes that he has something else that nobody else has.... This rhyme will inspire little kids and make them pop with the rhym.