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Lydia Monk's top five children's books

Author and illustrator of Aaaarrgghh, Spider! picks her favourite reads


Posted: 22 November 2012
by Fiona McKim


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The Baby’s Catalogue by Janet & Allan Ahlberg (Puffin, £4.99)

Babies just love looking at other babies, and this wonderful book captures all the things they recognise from their own little everyday worlds, making it absolutely perfect for word and picture recognition

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