I remember, vividly as a 5 year old moving house, and my best friend of the time saying to me, in school, “will I
Isn’t there something just wonderful about passions, a favourite animal, a craft activity, a place or maybe a sport? Those passions and interests are
How can a panda possibly be bad? They’re floof from back end to front end! They’re adorable, hapless, roly poly balls of fuzzy bamboo
How many times do you see, hear, read authors, illustrators, inspirational people say how much their local libraries meant to them? I have many
Sunday Rain is a gorgeous book demonstrating perfectly, with understanding and empathy, the importance of gentle encouragement in early years. Of facing fears and stepping outside that comfort zone and the positive effects which result from leaping right into life and right into those glorious, rainy day puddles!
Welcome to Children’s Books North’s Autumn Highlights – celebrating new books from CBN members with a tour of Northern and Scottish book blogs. As
I recently took up crochet (stay with me, I honestly have a book related point) and joined a Facebook group for inspiration and ideas.
A Girl Called Owl the first book in this gorgeous series, was our last book read for the children’s book group Kid Lit Readers
Illustrated fiction for young readers is probably the biggest marvel of modern publishing. Longer fully illustrated novels designed specifically to bridge the gap between
I think since we came out of lockdown there have been some of us who, more than ever, appreciate the untouched lovely countryside and
I have a huge number of books waiting to be blogged, all fantastic books that I’m desperate to share with you, but sometimes certain
School’s have broken up officially, after a very strange period. But it’s still important to remember there are children preparing to start school for
It’s been a hard few months for everyone hasn’t it? So it’s even more important that we look to books, not just to reassure