Happy Birthday Mummy Pig!

I am not normally a Peppa Pig reader, but when I saw this absolutely adorable board book I knew I needed to share it with you all.  I didn’t realise just how delightful it was until I started the Happy Birthday song from the button on the top right hand corner.

This book is a classic example of making literacy and reading fun.  

Aussie Animals Indigenous Books – Smarty Art

When looking through books to add to the Aussie Animals Smarty Arty experience I found a lot of indigenous books. These books engage children in aspects of Aboriginal culture, beautiful art work and stories of Australian Animals. The library I borrowed them from had such a good variety of indigenous themed books that I found it hard to chose, but these are some which I thought would be fun to pair with the art experience.

All About Aussie Animals & Smarty Arty

Art, Play and Reading are the perfect opportunities for children to learn and extend their developmental and literacy skills, and stimulating their imagination and curiosity, while helping with brain development.  All this is important to me which is why over the next couple of weeks I will be sharing with you an art kit from the Smarty Arty store about Aussie Animals and my pick of books to go with it.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid – The Getaway

It was my first time reading a Diary of a Wimpy Kid book, I was so engrossed I read it within an hour.  When I closed the book I declared that Jeff Kinney is the first person to get me to enjoy disastrous comedy, he is the Master of Disaster with a whole lot of laughter thrown in.  Truth be told I normally avoid books where things go wrong all the time, however The Getaway was so funny, engaging and disaster filled that I couldn’t help but love it.

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