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Pondering what book to buy for your little one? Ponder no more, as we unveil our comprehensive guide to the best book for kids of all ages

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
26th April, 2020
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Emma and Annabel Oakley

What's the very best book you could buy for a child? That's a question that has most of us scratching our heads from time to time, as we leaf through pages of new work or peruse descriptions of children's books online, wondering if we've got the age demographic right for our intended recipient, or whether we're indulging in nostalgia by buying a book from a children's author who was famous many years ago.

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