I can't sleep - Story Snug

I can’t sleep by Gracia Iglesias & Ximo Abadia

In I can’t sleep a little girl is struggling to get to sleep so she starts to count sheep. Ximo Abadia’s quirky illustrations and a humorous counting text combine to make a fun bedtime story, perfect for sheep lovers and anybody that needs a little help with calming down!…

Let's Dance! - Story Snug

Picture books published in March and April 2020

Many authors and illustrators have had to cancel or postpone book launches and no longer have the opportunity to promote their books in real life. We invited authors, illustrators and publishers to share news of their picture books published in March and April 2020 so that we could share them with you. …

Sea Lights - Story Snug

Sea Lights by Ruth Symons & Carolina Rabei

Sea Lights is a novelty bedtime story that uses paper engineering to ‘light up’ different elements on each spread. The book is sturdy and includes wheels, flaps and sliders to illuminate the pages. It’s a gentle, calming story about the different lights that guide a little girl and her dad through an evening’s fishing.…

Slow Samson - Story Snug

Slow Samson by Bethany Christou

Sloths are by nature slow and Slow Samson is no exception! He’s kind and has lots of friends but is so slow that he always arrives at a party once it has finished. We’ve fallen in love with Samson, his story shows the importance of kindness, caring and looking out for your friends.…

Toto - Story Snug

Toto by Ximo Abadía

Toto is a quirky, inspiring story which conveys an important message – follow your dreams, believe in yourself and don’t give up! We love the story of a donkey who leaves his small town to travel to the big city to fulfil his dream of becoming an astronaut.…

Story Snug's Most Popular Posts 2018 - Story Snug

Most popular blogposts on Story Snug in 2018

I can’t believe that this year is nearly over and before I start a new year of blogging I decided to take a quick look back at the most popular blogposts on Story Snug in 2018. It was a busy year and Story Snug had several visitors – thank you to all those of you who answered our interview questions, gave us drawing lessons and invited us to be part of blog tours.…