If like us, you’ve been a fan of YouTuber and author Zoe Sugg since the early 2010s, you’ll have followed her socials to this day. But if not, you may be surprised to learn that Zoe now has an adorable young daughter with her partner and fellow YouTuber, Alfie Deyes.

Zoe recently took to her Instagram to share her daughter Ottilie’s favourite books that have become a must-have for the nursery shelves. With a mix of board books, touch-and-feel books, and classics, it’s no surprise little Ottie has excellent taste like her mama!

Having always inspired us with her beautiful home, fashion, and beauty buys through her illustrious career, we love that Zoe is now sharing her parenting must-haves. Equally as inspiring for parents and mums-to-be.

Zoe wrote, “Ottie’s favourite books of all time on repeat every day of every week! 😂📚 Some are slightly newer additions to her faves pile, some she’s loved since she was teeny (if I were a llama takes the top spot there) I think at the moment ‘Dear Zoo’ and ‘100 Nursery Rhymes’ may as well be permanently glued to my hands!”

We’ve shared the full list of one-year-old Ottilie’s favourites, plus included some extras that other parents have raved about in the comments.

Ottilie’s favourite books

Other recommendations

On her Instagram post, Zoe wrote, “What are your little one’s favourite books? Can you also read them with your eyes shut too?” As a result, we have some fab recommendations from other mums too!

That’s not my Dinosaur…

That's not my dinosaur...

“My youngest is the same age as Ottie and she is book obsessed, any of the ‘that’s not my’ range. She also loves listening to the Percy the park keeper books.”

You’re My Little Pumpkin Pie

You're My Little Pumpkin Pie

“I think you’ll both love ‘You’re My Little Pumpkin Pie’ .. and I can 1000% read that with my eyes shut 🤣”

The Gruffalo

The Gruffalo

“My Granddaughter is 2 and has loved the Gruffalo and the Gruffalos Child since she was about 9 months old, she loves the books and the films, her favourite is owl 🦉❣️”

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