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After watching child genius last night every kid in the family is getting these for Christmas 😂🎄
We recently gave this book as a gift, and they LOVED it! ALPHABLOCK by Christopher Franceschelli is an ABC book with a difference, the first thing you’ll notice is its size, though not tall or wide its pages are very thick, almost like a board book, so easily turned by little hands.
I’m always on the hunt for fun and engaging children’s books and this one is really wonderful. ‘They All Saw a Cat’ by Brendan Wenzel cleverly shows us that every pair of eyes sees the world in their own different way. When you see a cat what do you see?
Polar Bear can’t find his new underwear, so he starts hunting for them with the help of his little friend mouse. Does the Zebra have them, no…Or the squid? Maybe the cat?
We love this book, How To Catch A Star is where Oliver Jeffers first made a name for himself in children’s books and it’s not hard to see why when you turn the pages.
What child doesn't love a good pop-up book? If you haven't already come across them, French paper artist Phillippe UG has three enchanting books that literally explode with colour and personality on every page.
Inside a tent it's cozy. But what is going on outside? Is it dark? Is it scary? Not if you have your trusty flashlight! - This is such a charming and cleverly drawn picture book that needs no words to create a magical little world.
Do you have a collection of children's Christmas books? We keep ours stashed away all year until the beginning of December. Maybe it’s because they’re hidden away all year that makes the children so excited to read them, that and the fact they know Christmas is on it's way!
Take your little ones on a magical adventure with this absolutely gorgeous book, the first in the series about a little girl and her dragon. The sweet story explores the possibilities of letting yourself dream the seemingly impossible… what’s not to fall in love with?….