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Fun books for toddlers

Teach your little one in a playful way with these colourfully illustrated Afrikaans books, or give one to an Afrikaans friend!

Vrolike Vriende: Soek En Pas: Prettige Plaas! (R129,95, Human & Rousseau)

Little Lamb needs your help on his way to school. With bright illustrations and fun slot-in cards, this book is ideal for little hands. This playful preschool book is perfect for children, as they can mix and match the farm animals over and over. Suitable for children aged one and older. Originally published as Really Decent Mix and Match Books: Funny Farm by Really Decent Books. Also available from Amazon. Get it here.

 

Vrolike Vriende: Soek En Pas: Oerwoud-Partytjie! (R129,95, Human & Rousseau)

Lennie the Lion needs your help delivering invitations to his jungle party. With bright illustrations and fun slot-in cards, this book is ideal for little ones. It’s a playful preschool book that’s perfect for children as they can mix and match the wild animals over and over. Suitable for children aged one and older. Originally published as Really Decent Mix and Match Books: Jungle Jumble by Really Decent Books. Also available from Amazon. Get it here.

 

 

Dit Was Nie Ek Nie! by Chris Chameleon (R140, Tafelberg)

It is hot under the African sun and the animals want to rest on a comfortable-looking ant hill under the thorn tree. Gaffie the giraffe, Ronnie the rhino and Annabella the ostrich each sit down, but are quickly driven away again by a very rude noise…. Why are the monkeys laughing at them?

 

Rympies Vir Pikkies En Peuters, compiled by Riana Scheepers, Suzette Kotzé-Myburgh en Gertie Smit (R280, Tafelberg)

Following on the success of Nuwe Kinderverseboek compiled by Scheepers and Kotzé-Myburgh, the duo has roped in Smit and released this publication, which is a selection of rhymes and colourful illustrations aimed at one- to three-year-olds. Compiled according to the national educational framework for this age group, this book is an essential reference in the classroom and at home.

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