Did you recognise the Queen yesterday? She’s looking for the perfect present in The Queen’s Present by Steve Anthony.
We’ve chosen some of our favourite picture books for spring reading! They include books about insects, birds & a fabulous activity book.
Before I start a new year of blogging I thought I’d take a quick look back at Story Snug’s 10 most viewed posts in 2017.
Mr Panda’s books are great for introducing toddlers and young children to the concept of manners. In Thank You, Mr Panda, several characters are quick to point out that their presents aren’t quite right but are gently reminded that ‘it’s the thought that counts’.
Huge congratulations to all of the authors and illustrators on the Lollies shortlist! The shortlist for the 2017 Laugh Out Loud Awards (Lollies) has been published and you can start voting for your favourite funny books now!!
Happy New Year to you all! Before we start a new year of blogging curiosity led us to take a quick look back at the top ten most viewed blogposts of 2016. Only one is a blogpost that was written this year and several are our learning activities posts where we have linked arts, crafts, science and other activities…
S is for Santa to the Rescue! by Barry Timms and Ag Jatkowska
Q is for The Queen’s Present by Steve Antony
E is for Elmer’s Christmas by David McKee We love the relationship between Elmer and the younger elephants in Elmer’s Christmas. Whilst joining in with their excitement about the forthcoming visit from Papa Red, Elmer also helps them to understand that Christmas is about giving. We think it’s great that they choose a Christmas tree with roots…
February 6th is National Libraries Day in the UK. Maisy was one of my daughter’s favourite characters when she was younger and in Maisy Goes to the Library she introduces small children to the concept of libraries and the activities that take place in them.