Monday, 6 April 2020
Review: Bluey: Easter Fun and Bob Bilby
Bluey: Easter Fun is a craft book full Easter activities which include an Easter basket to cut-out and assemble for your Easter egg...
Sunday, 5 April 2020
Review: The Republic of Birds
Olga's life turns upside down when her father is exiled to the furthest reaches of human-governed lands, but it's not as bad as ...
Review: The Big History Timeline Wallbook
Jump from time period to time period with The Big History Timeline Wallbook . This is a special book which comes in two parts. Par...
Saturday, 4 April 2020
Review: The Mummy Animal Book
For those interested in words, and especially those with children who have an enquiring mind and a thirst for knowledge, any book by Tasm...
Giveaway: Crack Up!
In Crack Up , our favourite dynamic duo Max Crack and Frankie return with more epic quests, bigger and better than ever before. Full of cr...
Friday, 3 April 2020
Review: Mum's Elephant
I love a powerful picture book, and I love a quiet picture book. But I really love a quiet and powerful picture book, and Mum’s Elephant ...
Guest Post: Bernadette Green on Who's Your Real Mum?
Bernadette Green’s debut picture book Who’s Your Real Mum? is a response to a question many children ask about same-sex parents. The ...
Thursday, 2 April 2020
Public Libraries Take Story Time Online
For parents looking for storytelling opportunities for young children, there's nothing better than the library. Although libraries are c...
Review: We Can Deal With Bullying: Empowerment For Young People
Every parent will worry about their child, it’s only natural especially when they start school. Will they make friends, who are they talk...
Wednesday, 1 April 2020
Review: Jane Eyre - A Retelling
Charlotte Bronte’s immortal classic, Jane Eyre , is resurrected by Carnegie Medal winner, Tanya Landman. Her powerful retelling has remain...
Review: What a Lot of Nonsense
From the author of the bestselling Edward the Emu , What a Lot of Nonsense is a fabulously fun, rhyming story about animals doing silly ...
Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Review: The Wall In The Middle Of The Book
At a glance, there is not much to this book. A brick wall is wedged in the gutter (middle) of the book with blank pages on either side. ...
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