Children’s Book Review: The Human Body: A Shine A Light Book

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s children’s book review is all about The Human Body: A Shine A Light Book, which can be purchased on Amazon*. Discover the secrets of the human body with this beautiful new Shine-a-Light title. Children can see muscles flex as a football is kicked, watch food travel through the digestive system as an apple is eaten, and take a peek at the skeleton holding a small boy upright while his height is measured. Sleep, dreaming, growing, and illness are also included, along with many other secrets of the human

Children’s Book Review: What Do Scientists Do All Day

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s children’s book review is all about What Do Scientists Do All Day?, which can be purchased on Amazon*. What do scientists do all day? Find out in this beautifully illustrated book that features more than 100 scientists at work. Little ones can explore 14 different colourful scenes, turning the page after each to learn about eight special scientists you will find there. Spot the scientists and learn about the jobs they do in these fascinating places: nature reserve, health center, Arctic research station, hospital, museum, our

Children’s Book Review: Life on Earth: Space

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s children’s book review is all about Life On Earth: Space. It was published by Quarto and can be purchased on Amazon*. Life on Earth: Space is the perfect introduction to our universe for 5+-year-olds. With 100 questions and 70 flaps to lift, this beautifully illustrated board book keeps kids engaged while learning. Lift the flaps to find the answers to common questions, such as, ‘How does a telescope work?’, ‘Why can’t a plane fly to space?’ and ‘What is a dwarf planet?’ Topics covered include astronaut training, planets

Children’s Book Review: You Can’t Count On Dinosaurs

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s book review is for You Can’t Count on Dinosaurs: An Almost Counting Book by Philip Ardagh and Elissa Elwick. It was published by Walker Books and it can be purchased on Amazon*. A counting story that goes wrong when one hungry little T-Rex can’t help himself from gobbling up the other dinosaurs! Let’s count dinosaurs! Rex the T-Rex is 1. Add Patty the Diplodocus, that’s 2. And here’s comes Brian the Anklyosaurus to make 3. But wait, where’s Brian gone? Rex? Rex! You didn’t EAT him, did

Children’s Book Review: Life On Earth: Planet Earth

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review is all about Life on Earth: Planet Earth by Heather Alexander. It can be purchased on Amazon* and there are other books available in the series.  Life on Earth: Planet Earth is the perfect introduction to geography for 5+ year-olds.   Lift the flaps to find the answers to common questions, such as, ‘Why do we have day and night?’, ‘How are rivers made?’ and ‘What is the equator?’ With 100 questions and 70 flaps to lift, Life on Earth: Planet Earth provides the perfect way to keep engaged while learning. Topics covered include the

Children’s Book Review: Follow Me, Flo!

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s children’s book review is all about Follow Me, Flo! by Jarvis. It was published by Walker Books on 2nd April 2020 and it is available to purchase on Amazon*. We’re off to somewhere new. So stick to me like glue. Follow me, Flo! Come on, let’s go! We’re sure to be there soon… Flo is a very mischievous little duckling who has a penchant for wandering off… She can’t help it, her curiosity is always taking her off on new adventures! Luckily, Daddy Duck has a

Children’s Book Review: Leap Frog

AD | Contains a gifted item and affiliate link This week’s children’s book review is for Leap Frog by Jane Clarke and Britta Teckentrup. The book was published by Nosy Crow and it can be purchased on Amazon (AD). Felix is lost. The jungle can be a scary place for a tiny tree frog, and all the strange noises are making him just a little bit jumpy . . . It’s time to find Felix a safe place to sleep . . . and might there be someone special to snuggle him down for the night? Felix isn’t like most other

Children’s Book Review: Living Planet: The Story Of Survival On Planet Earth

AD | Contains a gifted item and affiliate link Today I’m bringing you a review for a really cool book; Living Planet: The Story Of Survival On Planet Earth. The book was published by Welbeck Publishing on 5th March and it can be purchased on Amazon (AD). Living Planet explores Nature in all its glory – from the formation of the Earth and prehistoric life to the varied habitats of our world today. Discover what our planet is made of, and how humans have made an impact on Earth’s changing climate. Watch incredible videos play on the page with the free augmented