Six for Sunday: Favourite Books of 2019

Favourite Children’s Books of 2019

#SixforSunday is hosted by Steph at A Little But A Lot. Every week there is a bookish-themed prompt to inspire 6 choices. This month focuses on Getting to know you and this week the prompt is Best Books of 2019. Oh this was too hard to narrow down to 6, so I have decided to … Continue reading Six for Sunday: Favourite Books of 2019

Blog Tour: The Girl Who Stole An Elephant by Nizrana Farook

The girl who stole an elephant

It's my turn on the Blog Tour today, read through my review to the end to find today's hidden letter for a chance to win a Prize pack! Nizrana Farook has made The Girl Who Stole An Elephant an exhilarating adventure which feels like a tale Scheherazade herself would be proud of; with its daring … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Girl Who Stole An Elephant by Nizrana Farook

Notable Non Fiction: Building Fine Motor Skills with Touch and Trace – Patricia Hegarty & Thomas Elliot

This is such a clever, clever idea from the Baby 101 range. Perfect for babies up to preschoolers but will also hold the attention of fidgety 4-7 year olds who love interactive books. Not only are they brilliant to engage young children with STEM topics but are also they offer both a lovely introduction to … Continue reading Notable Non Fiction: Building Fine Motor Skills with Touch and Trace – Patricia Hegarty & Thomas Elliot

Agent Zaiba Investigates: The Missing Diamonds By Annabelle Sami illus. Daniela Sosa

Agent Zaiba Investigates is a fantastically fun and uplifting detective mystery story, an exciting and bright read for readers aged 8 and up, whilst accessible for younger children with a strong reading ability who are looking for slightly more challenge and stamina building. The bonus is there are illustrations throughout in black and white too … Continue reading Agent Zaiba Investigates: The Missing Diamonds By Annabelle Sami illus. Daniela Sosa

Respect: Consent, Boundaries and Being in Charge of You- Rachel Brian

With consent being introduced into the NC from 2020 this is the perfect time to pick up Respect: Consent, Boundaries and Being in Charge of You by Rachel Brian for children, educators, parents and caregivers which develops on the ideas set out in Blue Seat Studios’ Consent for Kids video after their Tea Consent (links … Continue reading Respect: Consent, Boundaries and Being in Charge of You- Rachel Brian