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I am looking for board books for my two year old grandson. His mother is not a reader so I want to make sure he has plenty of books at our house and some to take home should he want to when he visits.
If you have some on your shelf and/or will do a deal please let me know. I don't know how to figure out which ones are board books and which ones have paper pages so if you can post which ones are board books I'd appreciate it.
I have 8 listed on my bookshelf. They were my great-grandson's so aren't perfect but I wouldn't mind getting them sent to me. Corners, a couple of spines. And unfortunately since they are board books, they're heavier so can't make a perfect deal but how about all 8 for 4 credits?
jelly bean counting
wishteria's wish- my little pony
my tll book of my first day at school
mind your manners pooh
blast off with blue-talks
disney animal friends seek & spot a fun-find piture book
I have one listed. It is listed as a board book in the book type. I will do a 2 for 1 deal on any of my children's books. I have several hardcover Sesame Street and Dragon Tales (another PBS tv show). Choose on and PM me the title of your free one.
David and Goliath and
A Tune Up for Toby
I also have quite a few preschool/early elementary books on my shelf. I'm currently running a deal - Kids - 3/1, 8/2, 15/3
Hope you find some books you can enjoy with your grandson!
I will do a 2/1 offer on any of my children's books for you. I have many children's books on my bookshelf, including 6 board books:
There are 2 small ones called Just Cats and Just Dogs which is a "topsy turvy" book and What Does Sunny bunny Love?
Picture Me with My Grandma (where you replace two oval pictures of other people and insert one picture of you and one of your grandson so they show on every page (cute)
The Cheerios Play Book (you can insert Cheerios in holes for them on each page)
and Who's in the Box Bobby (which isn't a true board book,, but has sturdy pages where you lift the flaps and was a favorite at our house).
Good luck finding books for your grandchild. What a fun project for you! Judy