I borrowed this from the library in December and couldn't face taking it back without reading it. It's utterly beautiful, both story and pictures. (It was the pictures that drew me in to begin with, as we've a picture book by Jo Weaver already, the very beautiful little bear.) The pictures … [Read more...] about A Story Like The Wind by Gill Lewis, illustrated by Jo Weaver.
This Thursday, I'm helping host a We're Going on a Bear Hunt twitter party. There will be tweeting, from UKMumsTV and if you want to find out more about it all, just click on the party button above. I'm guessing that most of my readers are already familiar with We're Going on a Bear Hunt the book. … [Read more...] about We're Going on a Bear Hunt – DVD review and party announcement.
Augustus and his smile by Catherine Rayner is a very lovely book. It's about being sad, and finding ways of not being sad. Including dancing in the rain, and going on a very long walk through nature. It *always* makes me smile, and quite often inspires me to go out for one of those walks to see what … [Read more...] about 10 ways to celebrate 10 years of Augustus and his smile.
I'm absolutely thrilled today to be taking part in the NeverRunOut campaign with HP Instant Ink. Regular readers will know that we're huge fans of picture books, and to be approached by HP a little while ago to take part in an activity where a group of bloggers work with a well known picture book … [Read more...] about #NeverRunOut – creating a picture book with #HPInstantInk
A night or two ago our bedtime story was The somethingosaur by Tony Mitton, illustrated by Russell Ayto. It's a lovely story of a little lost something who treks all over the ancient world, looking for his mother. It rhymes, which makes it easy to read aloud, there's mild peril (rhyming creature … [Read more...] about Playing with Paper – a somethingosaur