It’s just a week until International Book Giving Day which takes place on February 14th. It’s one of Story Snug’s favourite days of the year. Books last much longer than chocolates and flowers and our daughter is far more excited when she receives a book than she is about celebrating Valentines Day!
What Can You See? On the Farm is a peep through board book which is full of facts about farms. These sturdy pages introduce an amazing number of animals as well as information about their eating and sleeping habits. It’s a really fun first non fiction picture book for the littlest readers.
December 23rd: Is It Christmas Yet? Big Bear is getting ready for Christmas with a very excited Ted in Is It Christmas Yet? by Jane Chapman.
December 2nd: Dear Santa Congratulations to those of you who guessed which book cover our first image came from – Dear Santa by Rod Campbell.
Zebra finds quiet places to paint in CHOO-CHOO PEEKABOO by Gareth Lucas. But he keeps getting interrupted by animals on various vehicles.
I really can’t believe that we’re celebrating Story Snug’s 6th birthday! I had no idea when I started Story Snug that it would become such a big and important part of our life but we’re still having lots of fun blogging and we’re nearly up to 600 blogposts. We have read so many wonderful books, old…
I thought I saw a… bear! is a really cute board book with a very simple text and a repetitive refrain. It introduces young children to different kinds of transport and a bear who likes to hide!
Goodnight Baby Moon is a gorgeous, sturdy board book with a fabulous cover that lights the moon up at the press of a button! It’s a beautiful, beautiful rhyming introduction to the different phases of the moon.
These brightly coloured Follow the Trail books provide fantastic and fun learning for the littlest people and it’s hard to resist running your fingers along the colourful, glittery trails.