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.…

The SEA SAW - Story Snug

The SEA SAW by Tom Percival

The SEA SAW is a beautifully illustrated, incredibly emotive story about the loss of a well loved teddy bear on a day out to the beach. Sofia’s bear is particularly special as it belonged to her mother, when we first read the book we couldn’t stop turning the pages in the hope that it would find its way back to Sofia.…

The Spacesuit - Story Snug

The Spacesuit by Alison Donald & Ariel Landy

The Spacesuit takes a fascinating look at the team who designed the very first spacesuit. We’ve watched videos of the moon landing and seen pictures but we’ve never thought about how spacesuits are made or who designed them. We found it really interesting learning about Eleanor ‘Ellie’ Foraker and her team of seamstresses who played an important role in the first moon walk.…

Sneaky Beak - Story Snug

Sneaky Beak by Tracey Corderoy & Tony Neal

Sneaky Beak takes a humorous look at consumerism, advertising and what makes us happy. Sneaky Beak is a master salesbird who sells the most amazing household items but does Bear need a Snores-Galore Mega Bed or a Crunch-O-Matic Granola Maker? Will they really improve his quality of life?…