Posts Tagged ‘books’

Missing Mummy – A picture book by Rebecca Cobb

Apr 22 2012

Some time ago we said goodbye to Mummy. I am not sure where she has gone…. The subject of bereavement is not an easy one to address – or even to think about. Especially when the bereaved is a child. How do we explain death? How do we answer those difficult questions, when as adults, we don’t always understand them ourselves? This book manages to talk about such a sensitive topic in a very delicate way. The best book to cover this difficult subject.

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Mother Knows Best! by Jill Murphy

Apr 11 2012

A beautiful and witty picture book, Mother Knows Best! depicts what real family life can be like at times that will bring a smile to both children and parents everywhere! From bestselling author of Five Minutes Peace

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The FIRST EVER Very Hungry Caterpillar Sound Book (BY ERIC CARLE)!

Apr 10 2012

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.

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Win 1 of 3 ‘That’s Life’ books by Professor Robert Winston

Apr 10 2012

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.

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Win 1 of 5 copies of ‘It’s a Book’ by Lane Smith

Apr 05 2012

A wry exchange between an IT-savvy donkey, a book-loving ape and a mouse forms this playful and light-hearted look at the role of books in our tech-driven age. Why have a book when you could have a laptop? We discover soon enough! With a subversive and signature Lane Smith twist, this satisfying and perfectly executed picture book has something to say, to children and adults alike, about the importance and joy of reading.

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