#SixForSunday Yellow Books

#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 Books and Holidays and this week the prompt is Yellow Books

Ok I may have gone a little overboard!! Littlefae helped me this week finding ALL the yellow books!!

So I decided to split it up and Littlefae and I decided what our favourite yellow books were in each category.

Littlefae’s choice of Picture books:

  1. The Fairytale Hairdresser and Thumbelina– Abie Longstaff And Lauren Beard
  2. Oi Frog– Kes Gray and Jim Field
  3. Princess Scallywag and the No-Good Pirates– Mark Sperring & Claire Powell
  4. Alphonse that is not ok to do!! Daisy Hirst
  5. I need a wee!! Sue Hendra & Paul Linnet
  6. The Princess and the Presents – Caryl Hart & Sarah Warburton

Littlefae’s favourite Early Chapter and HIER’s

  1. Magical Kingdom of Birds: Sleepy Hummingbirds – Anne Booth & Rosie Butcher

  2. Stick and Fetch Investigates: The Wrong End Of The Stick– Phillip Ardagh and Elissa Elwick

  3. Amelia Fang and the Half Moon Holiday– Laura Ellen Anderson

  4. Rabbit & Bear: Attack Of The Snack– Julian Gough & Jim Field

  5. The Owls Of Blossom Wood: To the Rescue– Catherine Coe & Rene Kurilla

  6. The Trapdoor Mysteries: Thief in the Night– Abie Longstaff & James Brown

My choices

  1. The Paper and Hearts Society– Lucy Powrie
  2. And then I turned into a mermaid – Laura Fitzpatrick

  1. The Butterfly Circus – Francesca Armour-Chelu
  2. A Witch Alone – Janes Nicol
  3. A Viking Mystery: Riddle of the Runes – Janina Ramirez

And I can’t resist my childhood favourite Rosie & Jim and the Water Wizard– John Cunliffe.

What do you think of our selections?

What would you choose?

7 thoughts on “#SixForSunday Yellow Books

    1. Loved Rosie and Jim, big part of my childhood- I had no ideas about books until my mum found some second hand ones when reminiscing when Littlefae was a baby- we have a couple plus the dvd of classic episodes they released a few years ago.

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