Books for 0 – 3 years

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Diary of a Wombat

By Jackie French and illustrated by Bruce Whatley (Angus & Robertson)

This humorous diary of what wombat did with her day will have little kids laughing out loud.  Monday: Morning: Slept. Afternoon: Slept. Evening: Ate grass. Scratched. Night: Ate grass. Slept. By Wednesday the gorgeously lazy little wombat is starting to interact with humans and their home: ‘fought a major battle with a flat, hairy creature’ which is in reality a door mat, ‘and won the battle’ and by Sunday she’s demanding rolled oats and observing: ‘Am constantly amazed how dumb humans can be.’  Read more. 

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  1. Hi!

    Paula van Heerden sent me the link to your site and I couldn’t be happier! It’s so lovely to have a resource like this. I’m a first time mom and while I love to read, I don’t always know which books are age appropriate for my 2 year old daughter.

    Have you ever thought of starting a book subscription club? Where moms could sign up for a set monthly fee and receive a few books you’ve curated according to their child’s age group? I would definitely sign up!!

    Well done on an awesome site!

    Nikki

    • So happy you love the website and have found it useful! It’s really great to get feedback. Please join our Book Club and watch this space for the book subscription club – it’s on its way…

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