AD | Includes gifted item and affiliate links (marked with *) It’s been a little while since we’ve done one of these posts but we’re back with another children’s book review and this time it’s for Dandelion’s Dream by Yoko Tanaka. It was published by Walker Books on 6th February 2020 and it can be purchased on Amazon*. What if a dandelion became a dandy lion? With enchanting, ethereal art, this is a wordless story where reality is transformed by imagination. In a meadow filled with dandelion buds just about to flower, one dandelion blooms into a real lion. Roots
AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review is for Little Robin Red Vest by Jan Fearnley. The book was published on 3rd October 2019 by Nosy Crow and it can be purchased on Amazon*. One frosty evening, a week before Christmas, Little Robin washes and irons seven warm vests for the chilly nights to come. As the days go by, he comes across lots of shivering animals and kindly offers them his vests to wear. But – oh no! – on Christmas Eve, Little Robin is cold and alone with no vests
AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review is for Pip and Posy: The Christmas Tree by Alex Scheffler. It was published by Nosy Crow on 4th October 2019 and it can be purchased on Amazon*. Children’s Book Review: Pip And Posy The Christmas Tree It’s Christmas time and Pip and Posy are busy decorating the tree with candy sticks, and biscuits, and a beautiful sugar star. But the strange thing is that, every time Posy goes out of the room, when she returns, there’s one less decoration on the tree. Eventually, there
AD | Post includes gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review is for Mouse’s Night Before Christmas by Tracey Corderoy. It was published by Nosy Crow on 3rd October 2019 and it can be purchased on Amazon*. It’s Christmas Eve and everyone is fast asleep . . . except for a lonely mouse who lives in the grandfather clock. So when Santa arrives, lost in a blizzard, Mouse is the only one who can show him the way. Together they embark on a magical sleigh ride, delivering presents all around town. But the best present of
AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s book review is all about The Best Kind of Bear by Greg Gormley. It was published by Nosy Crow on 3rd October 2019 and it can be published on Amazon*. When Nelly asks Bear what kind of bear he is, he isn’t entirely sure how to answer. So off he goes to find out . . . But none of the different bears he meets on his travels are like him. Grizzly bears don’t have funny stitches; polar bears don’t have washing labels attached to their bottoms;
AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review, for World Kindness Day, is The Boy Who Loved Everyone by Jane Porter. It was published by Walker Books on 7th November and it can be purchased on Amazon*. “I love you,” Dimitri tells everyone, from his friends at nursery to the big tree in the playground. But why does no one say it back? Dimitri worries no one loves him – until he finds out there are lots of different ways love can spread through the world. As today is World Kindness Day, I wanted
AD | Gifted Today’s book review is for What Will You Dream of Tonight? by Frances Stickley and Anuska Allepuz. The book was published by Nosy Crow on 5th September 2019 and is available to purchase on Amazon. What will you dream of tonight? Will it be a midnight balloon ride, sailing on the tail of a whale or swinging through the leaves on a jungle trapeze? This dreamy, sumptuously illustrated tale travels through deserts and waterfalls to shipwrecks and dragon-filled skies as a parent wonders where their child’s dreams will take them as they drift off to sleep . .
AD | Gifted Today’s book review is all about Bizzy Bear Train Driver by Benji Davies. The book was published by Nosy Crow on 5th September 2019 and can be purchased on Amazon. Bizzy Bear arrives at the station just in time to start his exciting new job – as a train driver! Join him as he guides the big green steam engine through the city, across the level crossing, and then up into the high mountains. But where are he and his passengers going, and will they get there on time? Being a non-driving family means that we get