Titch needed new pants. His Brother pete said, “You can have my old pants, they’re too small for me.”They’re still a bit big for me,” said Titch. “You’ll soon grow into them,” said Pete.
Lights in doorways, bikes leaning on buildings, baby rabbit, the moon and balloons all adorned the pages at some point in the book. They tell me a story of parties, a street at night, bed time and people waiting for someone to come home. I could go on for some time about how much I enjoyed the illustrations and the impact they had on me, but overall, they were just delightful.
What is there not to love about dinosaurs, now that they are extinct that is… Author Will Dare brings dinosaurs alive again and makes them seem even more lovable in both ‘ How to Tame a Triceratops’ and ‘ How to Rope a Giganotosaurus’ .
I think Alice Miranda is a kind and caring character and the stories are always full of fun adventures.
“Makena Walsh inhaled the smell of the sweet spring grass as a gentle breeze tickled her face and a crop of sweat rolled down her cheek. Soccer was an awesome and simple game, and there was nothing in the world she loved more than being outside, playing with friends, kicking and running free.”
What I love about being a Librarian and working in a library is that you come across gorgeous books such as this one. It is books like this one that I find very endearing to read to children