Posts Tagged “reading”

Abigail: The Interactive Story Buddy

By | May 12, 2012

C loves books.  Whether she’s being read to or looking through them and ‘reading’ them herself, books are one of her favourite things.  Another favourite thing is teddies, she has a lot!  So when we were offered an Abigail Story Buddy to review I couldn’t refuse. Abigail interacts with certain phrases when the story is read aloud, […]

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Fiction Fridays: One Ted Falls Out of Bed

By | March 16, 2012

One ted… Falls out of bed. He hugs and tugs the bedclothes BUT…  Two eyes are tight shut. One Ted Falls Out of Bed: Julia Donaldson (2004) Find out more about Fiction Fridays or follow the Pinterest board. Tweet

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World Book Day 2012: Our favourite books

By | March 1, 2012

I’ve posted before about how C loves books and has had them from before she was born.  She has her own bookshelf in the living room, that is getting rather full, and most days she can be found sat next to it on the floor pulling books out and ‘reading’ them. As it’s World Book […]

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The Tangle Fairy: Book review

By | December 6, 2011

When I opened an envelope and saw a book called The Tangle Fairy inside, I knew it was going to be perfect for us before I’d even glanced inside the cover. C has crazy, curly hair that is always knotty so this book was actually something she could relate to. It tells the story of […]

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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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