Baby and Toddler Book Giveaway with Book People

Does your child enjoy reading? I’m raising a little bookworm! I’ve been reading to Autumn since she was about 6 weeks old and she absolutely loves books. Whether she’s on holiday, the library or at the park as the sun begins to set, reading is one of her favourite things to do. We recently received some lovely baby books from Book People – and you can win a duplicate set in the giveaway further down this page!


We’ve chosen a lovely selection of books, which are both fun and educational. With a combined recommended retail price of over ยฃ80, one little girl or boy will be delighted with these! These would be great for toddlers or newborns just starting their reading journey.

They range from the classic book Rosie’s Walk, to books about shapes and numbers and aliens! Aliens in space is interactive as you can move things on each page. Meanwhile, My First Book of Things to Find At Home contains scenes of various rooms in the home. There are lots of things to spot and questions for children to answer. Autumn is a little too young to answer these currently, but she’ll grow into the book more over time.

The Elmer books in the top left corner are great as they help to teach babies and toddlers the concepts of actions, colours, shapes and numbers. Autumn actually surprised me by being able to point out quite a few of the shapes the third time we read it! It’s amazing how much children learn so quickly from reading.

The in and out books are great too, as they allow children to trace the shapes with their fingers, creating a more interactive experience. Plus, the illustrations are lovely too!

We chose the boy’s potty training book, as Autumn likes pirates and enjoys making pirate noises! As such, I thought she might relate more to Pirate Pete more than the princess in the book aimed at girls. Autumn knows when she’s doing a wee and holds her nappy, so I suspect we’re not far off potty training. Currently she gets upset at the sight of her potty and doesn’t want to sit on it, so hopefully this book will help us! It comes with a reward chart and stickers, too, for added incentive.

Autumn’s Favourite

Autumn goes through phases with books. However, her current favourites are My First Fire Engine and My First Train by Marion Billet. She loves pushing them along on their wheels and saying “Choo choo!” and “Nee naw!”

Inside these books, there are scenes with plenty to look at. The train book shows a train journey, beginning at the station and you notice something new each time!

So, to be in with a chance of winning these fantastic books, just enter using the widget below!

Baby Books Giveaway

Good luck!

Disclosure: This post was written in collaboration with Book People. I received the aforementioned books for the purpose of writing this post. Terms & Conditions of the giveaway can be found in the Gleam widget.

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70 thoughts on “Baby and Toddler Book Giveaway with Book People”

  1. Probably the colours book. She is fascinated with naming the colour of everything at the moment.

  2. My son adores book and would love these. I think heโ€™d Like the Elmer books the best due to the lovely bright colours.

  3. Willow would love all these! She’s such a little book worm and loves learning! We’re currently potty training and hoping to have her trained for September when she starts playgroup! (Fingers crossed?)

  4. I think the book of things to find at home as he’s just started to find things on the page when you ask him to look for something.

  5. I’ve got a little boy on the way. And I’m hoping he loves the Elmer books just like my little nephew does.

  6. My little one loves books. We read to her every day and she’ll often sit down by herself and look through one of her books.

  7. My son absolutely loves book his favourite book is at the zoo love making the animal noises especially the lion he will sit looking at books all the time so anything with animals

  8. I think Mylah would like the PIRATE PETE POTTY book. She’s now telling us that she needs a “wee wee”. A step up from pointing at her nappy and making a face which is what she has been doing – admittedly it was funny.

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