Posts Tagged “books”

One in three children don’t own a book?!

By | December 5, 2011

As I was driving in to work today, I heard a shocking statistic on the radio news.  Apparently 4 million children in the UK do not own a single book.  That’s one in three – how terrible is that?  It’s not as if we live in a third world country – even if money is […]

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Book Sharing Monday: My Dad

By | September 26, 2011

I bought My Dad by Anthony Browne for Fathers Day 2010, knowing perfectly well that it would end up with C but I didn’t realise at the time just how much she’d enjoy reading it. She digs it out from her bookshelf at least 2 or 3 times a week and it has now been […]

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Baby Bear and the Big Wide World: Book review

By | August 25, 2011

Another book we received from Top That Publishing is Baby Bear and the Big, Wide World.  In contrast to the previous books we’ve reviewed, this one was not bright and colourful but full of lovely, soft drawings of snow and polar bears. The story is about Baby Bear who is curious about the Big, Wide […]

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Unique Editions Personalised Books

By | August 17, 2011

C loves books.  If it was up to her we’d probably sit and read every book on her bookshelf before she got bored. When Unique Editions contacted me and asked if I’d like to make her a personalised book I couldn’t type the reply fast enough.  I knew she’d love having a book all about […]

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When I Dream of ABC: Book review

By | June 27, 2011

My next book I received from Top That Publishing was When I Dream of ABC, by Henry Fisher. My first impression was that it looked really nice but that it seemed quite a long book and I wondered whether it would hold C’s attention.  Although it is a fairly thick book for a toddler, you turn the pages […]

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