Quality books you may like to share with your children
Texts that help children's understanding of rhythm and rhyme
- Ross Collins 'There's a Bear on my Chair' and 'This Zoo is Not for You'
- Chae Strathie/Nicola O'Byrne 'Gorilla loves vanilla'
- Giles Andrae/Sarah McIntyre 'Morris the Monkiest Monster'
- Tony Mitton/Guy Parker-Rees 'Down by the Cool of the Pool' and 'Alien Tea on Planet Zum-zee'
- Kate Umansky/Nick Sharratt 'Stomp, Chomp, Big Roars, Here come the Dinosaurs'
Texts that are good for prediction
- Emily Gravett 'Old Hat' and 'Wolf won't bite'
- Gemma Merino 'The Crocodile who didn't like Water'
- James O'Neill 'The Wolf who cries Boy!'
- Lucy Ruth Cummins 'A Hungry Lion: or a dwindling assortment of animals'
Texts that are good for early inference
- Morag Hood 'When Grandad was a Penguin'
- Nicola Byrne 'Use your imagination'
- David Litchfield 'The Bear and the Piano'
- Mo Willems 'Don't let the Pigeon drive the Bus'
- Rob Scotton 'Splat the cat!'
Other quality texts
Karl Newson 'The Same, but Different Too'
Kes Gray 'You're called What?!'
Camilla de la Bedoyere 'Could a Tiger walk a Tightrope?' and 'Could a Crocodile play Basketball?'
Emily Gravett 'Little Mouse's Big Book of Fears'