Book of the week: Britannica’s BABY Encyclopaedia for curious kids aged 0 to 3 

Nov 13 2022
Book cover for Britannica’s BABY Encyclopaedia for curious kids aged 0 to 3 showing drawings

The first-ever Britannica Encyclopaedia for children under three, in a beautifully illustrated, large-format board book. Britannica’s BABY Encyclopaedia explores big ideas through a little one’s eyes. 

This huge board book covers an enthralling spectrum of topics: Earth, Animals, Plants, Food, Machines, Art, Music, Numbers and Shapes. The simple, clear and lyrical text includes plenty of sound words for an enjoyable reading-aloud experience, and is paired with gorgeous illustrations by Hanako Clulow.

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LGBTQ+ Books you should read on your next holiday

Nov 09 2022
woman reading a book while eating papaya and grapes

Due to the abundance of best-selling fiction and non-fiction books on the market, finding a fantastic book might be difficult. The best LGBTQ+ books to read on your next vacation are listed below.

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Book of the week: Rudy & the Wolf Cub – Rudy & the Monster at School by Paul Westmoreland

Oct 06 2022
Book illustration showing characters Rudy & the Wolf Cub posing for mums magazine

London Mumsbook of the week is Rudy & the Wolf Cub – Rudy & the Monster at School written by Paul Westmoreland & illustrated by George Ermos – published today by Oxford Children’s in Paperback (£5.99) suitable for kids aged 5+.

Rudy is a celebration of the ‘power of the pack’: family, friends, loved ones; your pack is where you feel you are home. Bridging the gap between picture books and independent reading, Westmoreland explores the importance of building friendships through an exuberant character whose nose for adventure is powered by strong bonds: and a belief that kindness and empathy for others will always win the day.

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