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Baboon on the Moon by Claire Bates Review

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Bedtime stories are extremely important to a child’s education. They are not only an excellent way of spending some quality time with your children...

When Moggie and Froggie met Doggie by Julia Stebbing Review

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I don’t think that children do enough reading and would like to see children read more, especially as there are so many excellent children’s...

The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots by Beatrix Potter Review

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Helen Beatrix Potter was best known for her writing, but she was also an illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist. She is mostly known today...

Gus’s Garage by Leo Timmers Review

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Gus’s Garage by Leo Timmers, a children’s author from Belgium, is a bright, bold and colourful rhyming picture book that children will adore. Lots of...

Scarlet Underpants Meets the Dragon by Catherine Muir Review

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We enjoy lots of books in our house, having everything from board books (Nosy Norman still gets used even though the kids are far...

When Moggie Met Froggie by Julia Stebbing Review

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Books can open up whole new worlds, especially children’s books for their young readers (and listeners). Young children should read, or be read to,...

Rocket-Bye by Carole P. Roman Review

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With NASA’s Perseverance rover recently landing on Mars, there has been a renewed interest in space, rockets and space exploration. Mars is a very...

Stone Underpants by Rebecca Lisle Review

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Children should read a good variety of books to broaden their horizons and make reading much more interesting. Developing a love for reading at...

How Do You Do, Mr Gnu? by Billy Coughlan Review

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How do you do, my fellow readers? When I was growing up, manners were a very important attribute. It didn’t matter what your background, race,...

Martha The Blue Sheep by Gabrielle Yetter Review

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Dealing with differences and diversity, in whatever form, and the discrimination that can result from them can be a very tricky subject to deal...