Finn’s Top 10 Books 

Finn’s Top 10 Books 

Here’s the top 10 Books we are currently loving. 

Cave Baby Julia Donaldson & Emily Gravett 

There’s definitely a Julia Donaldson theme we love her. I love the story but also love the detail of the illustrations, this is definitely a book older children and baby’s will enjoy. 


The Gruffalo Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler 

Finn’s choice for world book day. Againthe illustrations  are beautiful and I can see as Finn gets older he will love searching for all the characters. 


Stick Man Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler 

Even me and Stu were gripped on the story and urging Stick Man to hurry up and make it home. This is another book I can see us reading for years to come. 


Pass it On Sophy Henn 

This book is beautiful, all about finding and sharing happiness. It’s a lovely message to pass to your child and I can also imagine as Finn gets older we will be able to use it to discuss any things that may be bothering him and the importance of kindness and finding happiness in the smallest of things. 


We’re going on a Bearhunt Michael Rosen & Helen Oxenbury 

An absolute classic, I have fond memories of reading this with my parents and now I love reading this to Finn. Although I can guarantee as he gets older he will be requesting Daddy to read this every time as he is so much better at the voices and sound effects.


Superworm Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler 

Super worm is another Julia Donaldson favourite. It’s a lovely story with beautiful pictures and another book I can see us reading for many years to come. 



Night Monkey Day Monkey Julia Donaldson 

This is one of our newer books and the story is lovely I can imagine it will be really nice to read with older children who have fears about bedtime. 



Thomas & Friend’s Rolling Wheels 

Finn loves Thomas so the fact that this book is really interactive is brilliant. He loves the sound effects and the rolling wheels. I love interactive books like this as it gets even young children interested in reading. 


Animal Opposites Big & Small 

This is another favourite due to the fact that it is interactive also Finn loves looking at the pictures. 


That’s not my Owl 

We love this book Finn loves all the different textures, this is another book where even young babies can get involved and discover a love of reading. 



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