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messageRequesting recommendations for books for babies
Posted by quirky June 09, 12:03PM

Hi, does anyone have any recommendations for a book for a 5 months old baby? Preferably a book made of soft material and has different touchy feely textures. I have had a look at the booktrust website but it would be great to have personal recommendations particularly if the book is easy to clean/pop in the machine. Thank you.

messageRe: Requesting recommendations for books for babies
Posted by edanna June 10, 05:45AM

These jellycats books with animal tails are lovely [www.fleurtations.uk.com]
I don’t remember ever machine washing it but you can hand wash.

messageRe: Requesting recommendations for books for babies
Posted by sleepy-li June 10, 10:10AM

Check out [ivyslibrary.com]
Book reviews for babies ans toddlers by Shelley John, a local mum

Lisa

messageRe: Requesting recommendations for books for babies
Posted by quirky June 11, 11:23AM

Thank you for these recommendations. The jellycat books look great, this is what I had in mind. I also like the “a boy like you” from Shelley John’s reviews.

messageRe: Requesting recommendations for books for babies
Posted by EstherDR June 28, 10:34PM

Seconding the jellycat recommendation, we have jungle tails and it’s a hit.

The brand ‘Wee Gallery’ also has really lovely soft books. You can find them on Amazon or at local children’s bookstore Smallprint Books: [smallprint-online.com]

messageRe: Requesting recommendations for books for babies
Posted by quirky July 06, 10:28AM

Thank you for this recommendation. I bought the JellyCat Farm Tails book. I was pleasantly surprised that it also has a button to press for animal noise. Thank think that’s the baby’s favourite bit.I’d be interested in trying out the Wee Gallery next. It’s nice to have books that the baby can squish.


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