Book Review: There’s a Monster in My Fridge By Caryl Hart illustrated by Deborah Allwright

If you want one of those exciting, enjoyable interactive books for your three year old then this is it. Little Ned loves this book and its become a little ritual for us to read it over lunch, the vampire in his underwear never fails to make us laugh. This is simply a good fun picture […]

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Book Review: Molly Maybe’s Monsters The Dappity- Doofer by Kristina Stephenson

Kristina Stephenson’s books are all ideal for that tricky picture book age around Year 1 and 2 when the shorter stories don’t offer quite enough but when proper chapter books are too much to tackle at bedtime. Molly Maybe is a new adventurer from Kristina Stephenson who is best known for here Sir Charlie Stinky […]

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Book Review: Normal the Slug Who Saved Christmas by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet

Norman has to be one of the most amusing slugs in literature and this picture book tells the story of how he managed to save Christmas. We have a whole shelf of Christmas books in our household as its a brilliant way to build a bit of excitement about Christmas and explore lots of themes. […]

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Book Review: Princess Evie’s Ponies: Sprinkles the Magic Cupcake Pony by Sarah KilBride and illustrated by Sophie Tilley

Little Fifi has to be one of the biggest Princess Evie’s Ponies fans about, she simply loves these books and is building quite an extensive library of them. This book is the latest in the series and is the story of a quest to help their friend find the ingredients for some magic cupcakes. She […]

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