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  1. katepickle

    What a fun activity!
    Our favourite Eric Carl book is the Grouchy Ladybird, it always makes me smile because lady birds are usually depicted as so sweet and lovely! LOL
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  2. Debs

    I know it's so cliche but we really, really can't go past the Very Hungry Caterpillar. We love the book so much we even used it as a theme for my son's 1st birthday party. Brown Bear is another fave as well though. I like how educational they are. Great for learning colours, counting, fruits etc. Easy to read with young children.
    I'd definitely choose the Albert skinny pyjamas for my son, OH SO CUTE!! I guess my daughter would insist on the pink stripe ones for her. They look great quality. WE're always after nice pyjamas, they make good gifts too. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  3. Learning with kids is definitely fun. It's so nice to watch them try and figure out things.

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  4. I love the pebble spider idea.
    You know what I have never read or seen The very busy spider! So I would have to say my favourite would be The very hungry caterpillar, I remember it from my childhood!
    I'd get one hickory dot and one pink stripe each for my girls 😉
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  5. What a great craft for kids!
    My little girl has been really enjoying 'Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do you see?'. We read it most nights. I just personally adore the illustrations and it's simplicity.
    Those pjs are absolutely adorable! I think my little girl would love the pink stripe but I also think the red striped skull pjs are cute. Tough choice.
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  6. Kirsten W

    a. Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me. This is beautifully illustrated and includes interactive fold-out pages for extra charm. Of all the Eric Carle's books this one is my favourite because it is the most innovative and imaginative. A wonderful tale of a father’s love for his daughter.
    b. Red Striped Skull PJs (size 4-5) & Girl's Pink Striped PJs (size 7-8)

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  7. Rachel

    Our favourite Eric Carle book is Little Cloud. We love trying to find shapes in the clouds because of that story!

    We would love the Girl's Pink Stripe Pyjamas (size 2-3) and the Albert Skinny Pyjamas (size 4-5) 🙂

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  8. Jan O'Bree

    'Do You Want To Be My Friend' is a big favourite of my granddaughters! She loves the lovely illustrations and all the different characters he meets along the way!
    The pjs are all gorgeous but favourites are Pink Linen Ruffle PJ (size 1-2 ), Girls Hickory Dot PJ ( Size 1-2)

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  9. Alesha McRobertson

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar, we usually read it Friday nights & on Saturday mornings my granddaughter helps me make egg free cupcakes, we ice them with different coloured icing each time & make our own caterpillar to eat.

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  10. Alesha McRobertson

    I forgot to put the pj style & size in my comment.

    Red Skull PJs please 1-2 & 4-5's please, (my granddaughter fell in love with this pair & her little brother will look ever so cute.)

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  11. lilmisskibby

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar – a book i enjoyed as a child and now can do so with my own children

    I would choose the pink stripe pj's for my Miss 7 and Albert Skinny pj's for Master 5

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  12. You want me to choose a favourite Eric Carle book? Impossible! LOL I must say that The Very Hungry Caterpillar holds a very dear place in my heart 🙂 As for the PJ's, I would love to see my girls each rocking a pair of the pink stripes, though I love the bold colours of the 'boys' PJ's so I might even put my 2 year old in the red version 😉
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  13. bex

    The very hungry caterpillar. Albert skinny / red striped skull for a 6 year old please!

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  14. I could not resist commenting. Well written!

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