“Is it an eagle? Is it a plane? No it’s Underpants Wonderpants to the rescue again!”
This week I have read Underpants Wonderpants by Peter Bently and Deborah Meimon a total of 8 times, and it’s only Thursday. This book incorporates most of Robo Boy’s favourite things, superhero’s, aliens, and saying underpants, a lot. So in the Purple house this children’s book is a definite hit.
Underpants Wonderpants is about a dog who saves the day in a variety of situations using, yes you guessed it, underpants. It’s written in rhyme and has a nice rhythm to read out loud. It’s illustrated beautifully. Underpants Wonderpants joins other children’s books with a pant based theme, such as Aliens Love Underpants, and The Queens Knickers, which I thought may be a bit repetitive. However as Robo Boy has proven there can never be too many children’s books with pants as a plot line. It’s published by Parragon Books and costs £5.99.
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My favourite children’s book is Cinderella. My daughter just loved this story and still does!
KIPPER THE DOG BOOKS
Has to be little rabbit foo foo
Our favourite book right now is The Blue Balloon by Mick Inkpen
dear zoo x
“That’s not my dinosaur” is my daughter’s favourite book at the moment.
topsy and tim!
Dinosaurs wear underpants love it
I love reading a squash and a Squeeze to my daughter
i love a book called mervyn the mouse
The Liom The Witch And The Wardrobe
The tiger who came to tea
We love “A squash and a squeeze” by Julia Donaldson 🙂
My sons favourite is Hugless douglas. He gets it out everyday for me to read to him
The patchwork cat
My favourite childrens book has to be Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone. Can’t wait until my daughter is old enough to enjoy it. Right now Underpants Wonderpants would be fantastic for her!
It has to be the Gruffalo. I have read it so many times I don’t even need to read it to know the words! And the cartoons are just so fab.
The Gruffalo 🙂
10 wriggly wiggly caterpillars
the highway rat
The Bear’s Umbrella – an old book which was my Wifes as a baby, still good
Our favourite story is the Very hungry caterpillar
My little girl loves Dear Zoo
My favourite is Lustige Geschichten, Amy however loves The Somethingasaurus.
The lion the witch and the wardrobe x thanks for the chance to win this xx
Monkey see monkey do
Ooooh, that’s a tough question…’The Gruffalo’ is a firm favourite and we read one from the library called ‘Dinosaur Dig’ tonight which both boys loved too.
The Shoe People Books
The tiger who came to tea
The snail and the whale
Dr Suess – The Cat In The Hat
The Hungry Caterpillar
Charlie and the chocolate factory
My little girl loves Peace at Last
my little girl loves the story ‘peace at last’ she says the bear looks like daddy when were all too noisy at our house! lol xx
Tom and the tinful of paint!
We read, ‘Oh the Places You’ll Go’ at least twice a day!
We love “Goodnight Moon” and read it every night before bed!
We are going on a bear hunt
The Hungry catterpiller
This week it’s “Topsy & Tim Meet The Police”. I hate them with a passion.
Hamish the Highland Cow
Chimp and Zee
i want my hat back
We’re really enjoying the Pip and Posey books at the moment 🙂
My toddler would love this book.
ummm so many its hard to say. the gruffalo. or, monstersurus.
Aliens love underpants
I love the stick man
anything silly he likes like horrid henry books x
enid blyton, especially the wishing chair series. loved it, read it to my children now and they enjoy it as much as i used to x
The Magic Faraway Tree
Any Enid Blyton book, Jacob likes a book called Me… by Emma Dodd.
Where the wild things are , hes too old for it now thouhg
Green Eggs and Ham
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
I loved the Very Hungry Caterpillar
All the princess stories are a hit in my household.
Dogger by Shirley Hughes 🙂
We love Dear Zoo 🙂
Me and my son love reading dinosaurs in the supermarket
The Hungry Caterpillar
Richard Scarry, Busy Busy World
Shark in The Park!!!
My little boy loves The Selfish Crocodile! 🙂
The Smartest Giant in Town
The Tiger Who Came to Tea
The Jolly Postman
Room on a broom
Our daughter likes a book called who’s who. There are no words, but loads of pictures and we just like making up different stories each time we read it.
We love Lullaby Moon x
Well, this was insightful. It’s given me some thought provoking points to consider. I’ll take another look to read others thoughts later.