The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a classic story that both kids and mums love and keep reading all over again. Now it’s even cooler as there is a new release as a delightful sound book.
How did life begin? Who’s at the top of the food chain? What are the weirdest life forms on earth?
That’s Life is the latest title in DK’s award-winning science series that includes What Makes Me Me? Can You Feel the Force? and What Goes on in My Head? Professor Robert Winston bursts open the biology of our living world to reveal the intriguing secrets of everything under the sun.
For dolls’ lovers, here is another exclusive interview with a very fine dollmaker, Jamie Carrington, who will be one of the judges at a doll-making competition at the Kensington Dollhouse Festival in May 2012. There is a prize for under 18s (£100 to spend at the KDF Christmas festival in December 2012), and for over 18s – 1 night at a top hotel in Kensington for the KDF Christmas show plus a day’s workshop with Jamie Carrington.
Puss in Boots is probably the best movie my son and I went to see in the last six months. Not sure why this is. Maybe because the main character is a handsome looking kitty with the amazing voice of Antonio Banderas? Maybe because we love sword fighting? Or simply because the storytelling is so intricate that it kept us glued to the screen?