With beds flying out the window and into the sky, with lions and sheep, and angelic singing your imagination will be taken on a journey like no other.
What I love about these books are that they are popular again, it is always wonderful to see books that I read as a child being enjoyed by a new generation of children.
The event was magical, with people young and old dressed up for the occasion, taking part in trivia and a butterbeer stall.
“In a land of long grasses, where small insects crawl, lived a strange little bug, with no name at all. What creature are you ? the other bugs asked, but the bug didn’t know, and the others walked past.”
Rest in Peace Dick Bruna…Miffy will continue to live on in all through many more generations to come.
This exhibition is literacy at its best. It encompasses so many aspects of literacy experiences which extends further than books.
I was led on a journey getting to know Jordan/Julian and her/his desire to be accepted, to have her time in the spotlight only having to disguise herself to do it and bonding with a group of guys all unique and valued in their own way.
Read at least three stories a day; it may be the same story three times. Children need to hear a thousand stories before they can learn to read. Or the same story a thousand times! – Mem Fox