Turn and Learn: Weather - Story Snug

Turn and Learn: Weather by Isabel Otter and Hannah Tolson

Turn and Learn: Weather is a fabulous picture book which looks at five different kinds of weather. It’s a beautifully illustrated, novelty non fiction book which has a magic slider on each double spread. The different types of weather are explained through a ‘What is…?’ question before giving more details about the roles different kinds of weather play and how it can affect us.…

The Last Human - Story Snug

The Last Human by Lee Bacon

In The Last Human, robots have taken over the world and humans are extinct. One day a young robot; XR_935, and his co-workers discover a human girl, Emma, and are thrown into quandary as they decide how to deal with the situation – they have always been told how evil humans are and how much better their world is without them.…

Oh NO, BEAR! - Story Snug

Oh NO, BEAR! by Joanne Partis

Oh NO, BEAR! is a wonderfully illustrated, very amusing story about friendship. Bear is getting ready to hibernate and having enough to eat is an important part of his preparations. Luckily his friends are getting their winter food stores ready but they aren’t prepared for just how hungry Bear is.…

Vera Jewel is Late for School - Story Snug

Vera Jewel is Late for School by Nicola Kent

Vera Jewel is Late for School is the amusing story of a determined, innovative little girl who can’t manage to get to school on time and as the week goes on it doesn’t get any better! This is a great book to read at this time of year, most children have gone back to school but hopefully they don’t need to resort to any of Vera Jewel’s weird and wonderful solutions for getting there!…

The Golden Acorn - Story Snug

The Golden Acorn by Katy Hudson

Squirrel is extremely competitive and loves to win but this year the rules for the Golden Acorn Hunt have changed and she can’t compete alone, she must be part of a team. Luckily Squirrel has a fabulous group of friends who are prepared to help her put together a team but none of them are squirrels and they’re not at all fast.…