The Very Hungry Caterpillar is 50 years old! It’s such a great book to use to promote learning in the Early Year’s classroom. Eric Carle’s timeless story has been enjoyed by several generations of children and adults. As well as books, CDs and DVDs it has inspired a range of merchandise and been translated into many…
What Small Rabbit Heard by Sheryl Webster & Tim Warnes is an amusing story which shows how Small Rabbit discovers he can have fun in the wind.
The Little Raindrop is a great book to introduce young children to the water cycle. It is primarily a story although non fiction concepts (precipitation and evaporation) are introduced which makes it great to use as part of a water or weather topic in the Early Years classroom.
It’s snowman weather again! Pip the rabbit and Posy the mouse are having fun in the snow but they just can’t agree on what to build! Can they find a way to resolve their differences and play together nicely in Pip and Posy: The Snowy Day?
Little Cloud is such a gentle story. It’s one of the first picture books that our daughter can ‘read’ on her own.