We love books!

Date: 5th Nov 2015 @ 9:42pm

We love listening to stories and sharing books.  Which book is your favourite? Can you suggest any books to read at story time?

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Miss Pennill wrote:

My favourite book is The Gruffalo, I love the rhyme and the illustrations. Do you like any Julia Donaldson books?

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Miss Blackburn wrote:

My favourite story at the moment is Stanley's Stick by local author John Hegley. Stanley's stick is constantly changing and magically transforms throughout the story from a dinosaur to a saxophone to a rocket and lots of other exciting things too. I love the part in the story where Stanley catches the train from Stockport station. The book generates lots of discussion and is also great for imaginative play ideas. Well worth a look.

So hard to choose my favourite Julia Donaldson story but probably A Squash and a Squeeze.

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Isabelle Dews wrote:

I love reading What The Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson. I love making all the animals noises and like reading along with my Mummy and Daddy. The rhyming has helped me learn the words so soon I will be reading it to them!!!

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Mrs Gale wrote:

I do love the Graffalo but I have recently found 'The Scarecrows Wedding' by Julia Donaldson. Such a lovely story, lots to talk about in the illustrations and the rhyme is as memorable as ever...you are welcome to borrow it if you would like it!

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wrote:

I agree Isabelle What the Ladybird Heard is a great story. We would love to borrow The Scarecrows Wedding, thank you Mrs Gale. We will read them both at story time. Can you find any more stories with rhyming words in?

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Mrs Cleary wrote:

Julia Donaldson writes amazing stories. My favourite is Room on the Broom! That dragon is really fierce!

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Miss Laurie wrote:

I love Julia Donaldson too, but my favourite story is 'What the Ladybird Heard'. I love it that much I even went to The Lowry Theatre to watch the stage show of it!

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Felix Johnson wrote:

My favourite book is Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl. I love it when Fantastic Mr Fox got to the floorboards and found all of Mr Boggis' chickens. And when he digs to Mr Beans cider room. It made me laugh when the farmers couldn't dig Mr Fox's hole.

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Evie Gouldman wrote:

I love reading stick man! Mummy and daddy read this to me nearly every night, we have even made a stick family and they listen to the story to!

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Will 6m wrote:

I would recommend for younger kids the highway rat by Julia Donaldson
Also what the ladybird heard also by Julia Donaldson
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lara 6M wrote:

I agree will, them books are good for little ones. Have fun Nursery!

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Millie 5LC wrote:

I would recommend stick man for little children, but not just little children bigger kids and I love it. I also love the Gruffalo and the Gruffalo child. 😊

Kayley wrote:

Same because I think all Julia Donaldson books are awesome. Also, when I am bored I get all of the Julia Donaldson stories out of my two book shelves and I take them into my bedroom to read them!πŸ“šπŸ“–

Naomi 6m wrote:

I agree I also love the stick man❀

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Kayley Sutcliffe (6L) wrote:

I would like to suggest some Julia Donaldson. E.G: What the ladybird heard e.t.c 😚😎xx

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Naomi 6m wrote:

Enjoy all your lovely books also my second cousin Lilly loves frozen and the book!

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Kayley Sutcliffe (6L) wrote:

As I was in younger stages, I used to love Julia Donaldson books. For example: The Gruffalo or What the ladybird heard etc.πŸ‘

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Hayden 5lc wrote:

my favourite book is the Gruffalo child i love how it makes you feel

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daania wrote:

I like peppa pig books

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Suman(from year 6) wrote:

I think the children should read "The brave monkey pirate" by Hayes Roberts, and my favourite book is " Awful Aunty" by David Walliams !!!

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Miss Pennill wrote:

Some super suggestions everyone, thank you!

Kayley Sutcliffe (6L) wrote:

Your welcome miss Pennill

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keira wrote:

I recommend the gruffalo book it is really cool and funny

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Abbie wrote:

I loveTopsy and TIM.

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