There are so many wonderful picture books celebrating the relationship between children and their grandparents. We love the way that these picture book grandfathers share their knowledge and experiences through work, play and wild adventures!
Happy International Cat Day!
How to Hatch a Reader takes an amusing look at learning to read with an unusual cast of characters – chickens!
International Moon Day is celebrated every year on July 20th. On this day in 1969, Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon.
The Bedtime Boat is a beautifully illustrated bedtime story which uses mindfulness techniques to help children relax and fall into a restful sleep.
If you go down to the woods today it’s Teddy Bears’ Picnic Day!
Sir Dancealot is a knight who doesn’t fight in a traditional way. He dances. His track record is pretty impressive and he’s feared all over the land. But then he is challenged by a dragon who has learnt to dance…
20th June is World Refugee Day, a day celebrated internationally to honour people who have been forced to flee their home countries. A lot of the awareness that we have gained about refugees’ experiences and situations has come from reading and has led to conversations and more understanding about the difficulties that refugees face.
Rory’s Room of Rectangles is the story of Rory’s first Fathers Day without his father living at home. A surprise trip to an art gallery with Mum’s new boyfriend helps Rory explore the conflicting emotions that he has about celebrating a new kind of Fathers Day.
Michael The Amazing Mind-Reading Sausage Dog tells the hilarious story of a small dog with big dreams! Michael tells the story of his attempt to become famous in his own inimitable style and shares some of his mind-reading secrets in this hilarious, pun filled adventure which takes him from the small town of Snuffles-by-Sea to…