by Jez Alborough

Read and enjoy a hug. Bobo the little chimp needs a hug. Walking through the jungle he passes lots of creatures enjoying a cuddle together, but can he find the hug he needs?

Fuzzy, fuzzy, fuzzy!

by Sandra Boynton

A delightful ‘touch and feel’ book that introduces children to a variety of animals.

Dear zoo

by Rod Campbell

Loved by children for over twenty years, this classic title is perfect for under 2’s; with simple animal pictures, lift the flap surprises and repetitious text.

Does a kangaroo have a mother too?

by Eric Carle

Introduce your child to the names of animal babies and parents in this simple board book.

Feely bugs

by David A. Carter

This delightful sensory book also encourages hand eye coordination.

Touch and feel tractor

by Dorling Kindersley

Touch “chunky” tractor tires, “spiky” grass, “bumpy” seeds, and much more. Encourages young children to use their eyes and hands to recognize and name objects.

Busy diggers

by Christiane Gunzi

These small board books are ideal for small hands; containing colourful photographs of dumpers, diggers, mixers and other trucks at work.

Hungry baby

by Colin Hawkins

With images of babies enjoying dinnertime, rhyming text and a mirror; young children, this book provides plenty to talk about with your child.

Hugs and kisses

by Chrisophe Loupy

Morsel the puppy wants to know what kisses feel like so he asks the duck, the horse, pig, hare and the butterfly. Each page contains tactile elements to encourage hand eye coordination.

Find my puppy

by Debbie MacKinnon

Lift the flaps to find the lost puppy. Clear photos and repetition make this an ideal book for young children.

Aussie toddlers can

by Magabala Books

Your child will enjoy these photos of toddlers playing, dancing, eating, and more. Included are photographs of indigenous children.

Clap hands

by Helen Oxenbury

With illustrations of babies and a simple text, this is a book to enjoy over and over with your baby.

Baby says peekaboo

by Dawn Sirett

Photos of babies, lift the flap and a simple story make this book popular with carers and babies.

Maisy Series

by Lucy Cousins

This series, adapted from the Maisy animated TV series, see Maisy involved in many activities that children can relate to.

Baby Love Series

by Dorling Kindersley

Photos of babies, simple text and a small format make these ideal for under 1’s.

Spot series

by Eric Hill

Spot the puppy and his many adventures is one of the most popular series for young children. These are available in small board books and larger lift the flap formats.

Wibbly Pig Series

by Mick Inkpen

Wibbly, a very cute piglet, enjoys eating, dancing and sleeping, to name a few.

Baby Touch Series

by Ladybird Books

Bright colours, ‘touch and feel’ images and simple words and phrases, encourage interaction between parent and baby.