Meg and Mog : Helen Nicoll :It is never too soon to buy your child's first book. Even the tiniest baby can learn about the world from looking at books and about language from hearing you read. These very first books will be as loved, misused and possibly as chewed as a teddy bear many of the most popular titles now come in sturdy board versions. Books for this age group need to be simple and bright. That doesn't mean they can't be either poetic or profound, although there are few really great books for the under-threes. There are, however, plenty of highly enjoyable ones. Pick those that you will enjoy reading over and over and over again; children of this age like familiarity and will never tire of the books they love.
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The illustration is simple and with very bold, deep colours. Designed specifically to appeal to very young children, Meg and Mog has short simple sentences on each page, allowing the illustration to play an important part in the storytelling. Ages 1 to 3 years. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….