Morecambe Library’s top 10 children’s board books

Win one of five copies of this book
Win one of five copies of this book

Morecambe Library takes a look at its top 10 board books for you to share with your little ones.

1 Peep Po: Magic Forest – Mandy Stanley

With panels to slide to find who’s hiding, this book will enchant your children.

2 Baby Touch: Colours – Ladybird

This touch and feel book uses bright primary colours and will hold a child’s attention.

3 Follow The Fish – Olivier Latyk

The story of a fish who escapes his bowl and goes on a big adventure.

4 That’s Not My Hamster – Fiona Watt

A title from the top-selling ‘ Thats Not My...’ series which use a wide range of different tactile materials.

5 Mr Tumble’s Hide And Seek

With holes cut through the book, fans of Mr Tumble will love spying out their favourite characters.

6 My Big Girl Bed: A Princess Polly Book – Amanda Li

A sound button allows cheers at every stage of Polly’s move from her cot into her first proper bed.

7 Baby Jake Loves Dancing

This television tie-in will go down well with fans of Cbeebies.

8 Peppa Pig:Stomp and Roar!

This noisy book has five sounds with it, and will be a big hit with Peppa fans.

9 Baby’s Very First Big Play Book

This is a multi-sensory journey for any little one with sounds, touchy-feely and flaps to lift.

10 Farm Peekaboo! – DK

This book uses cuddly toys to help children use their imagination.

lMorecambe Library holds a Bounce and Rhyme every Wednesday morning for parents and young children. Lancaster Library’s is on a Friday with toddler Rhyme Time on Wednesdays.

n Top That! Publishing have given us five Peep Po: Magic Forest books.

To be in with a chance of winning a copy answer this question: What time does Bounce and Rhyme start at Morecambe Library on a Wednesday morning?

Send your answer to Peep Po Competition, c/o Debbie Butler, The Visitor Office, Victoria Street, Morecambe LA4 4AG, or online to

Please include a phone number or email address and your postal address.

Closing date is Wednesday February 5.