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

Children’s Book Review: Neon Leon

AD | Contains a gifted item and affiliate link This week’s children’s book review is for Neon Leon from by Jane Clarke and Britta Teckentrup. The book was published by Nosy Crow and it can be purchased on Amazon (AD). Everyone knows that chameleons are the best at fitting in. But not Leon. Leon is neon! In fact, he’s SO bright that he keeps all the other chameleons awake at night. But poor Leon is lonely, so he goes off in search of somewhere he can blend in. In this delightful interactive book, filled with vibrant neon artwork, children can help

Children’s Book Review: 101 Stickers! Ancient Egypt

AD | Contains a gifted item and affiliate link This week’s book review comes from the British Museum and is called 101 Stickers! Ancient Egypt. It was published by Nosy Crow on 7th January 2020 and it can be purchased on Amazon (AD). 101 Stickers! Ancient Egypt Take a tour around ancient Egypt, from the Nile to the pyramids, with 11 scenes and 101 stickers! Then uncover amazing artefacts on an archaeological dig and curate your own museum exhibit with real-life photographic objects. For some time now Erin has been really interested in Egypt. I can’t really remember why but she

Children’s Book Review: The Pirates Are Coming

AD | Contains a gifted item and affiliate link This week’s children’s book review is for The Pirates Are Coming by John Condon and Matt Hunt. The book was published by Nosy Crow and it can be purchased on Amazon (AD). A hilarious retelling of The Boy Who Cried Wolf, with not one but TWO twists! Tom has a VERY important job; every day he climbs to the top of the hill and watches for pirate ships. But when he rings his bell and shouts “PIRATES!” a few too many times – and there’s NO pirate ship – the villagers begin

Children’s Book Review: So You Want to Build A Human

AD | Post contains a gifted item and affiliate links This week’s book review is all about So You Want to Build A Human by Tom Jackson and Jan Bielecki. It was published by Welbeck Publishing Group on 6th February 2020 and it can be purchased on Amazon (AD).  Open your ‘human body construction guide’ to reveal the answers to all your puzzling human biology questions! Find out what each body system does and how they fit together to create a living, breathing person. Styled as a construction guide, readers will explore the ten major body systems from the inside out

Children’s Book Review: So You Think You’ve Got It Bad: Ancient Rome

AD | Contains a gifted item and affiliate links This week’s children’s book review is all about So You Think You’ve Got It Bad: Ancient Rome by by Chae Strathie and Marisa Morea. It was published by Nosy Crow on 1st August 2019. It can be purchased on Amazon (AD). Written by award-winning author Chae Strathie and developed in consultation with experts from the British Museum, this fascinating book reveals what life was really like for kids in ancient Rome, from washing clothes in wee to snacking on dormice . . . and even fighting in gladiatorial combat! Packed with facts and fantastic

Children’s Book Review: Superhero Gran

AD | Contains a gifted item and affiliate links Superhero Gran by by Timothy Knapman and Joe Berger. It was published by Nosy Crow on 9th January 2020 and can be purchased on Amazon (AD). All grandmothers are wonderful and the gran in this story is no exception. She might not lift buildings or go whooshing through the sky, but she can plan super sleepovers, tell super-funny stories and even put together super disguises. This gran really does have super powers! You might have seen that my Mum moved in with us just before Christmas. Erin is so happy to have her