Peppa and her friends learn about Chinese New Year at school where Madame Gazelle teaches them about this celebration.
A young knight (boy), protects his castle (his play equipment) with a (cardboard) sword. Beware, he is watching and listening and inspiring the imagination of children.
Sometimes there is just something extraordinary about picture books, they look like any other book but there are elements that make it unique. Lola Dutch is that for me, in its simplicity there is beauty and the hidden treasure in the dust jacket adds flair that can only come from the creative mind.
From early morning until it’s time for bed, mama and papa are teaching their little trucks how to dig, scoop, and push at the construction site. This tough and burly crew scoop up dirt, dump it, lay BIG steel beams, mix the cement and roll it flat; at the end of the day they give a TOOT TOOT to celebrate their hard work.
Today is not really a book review as such, but questions really. I’m curious what others thoughts are about this book. The Facts: The book is called Who has the red…
“Hey there! Hoop-la! the circus is in town! Have you seen…” I remember loving this poem in the book, it is titled The Circus.
You know when you see a book and you really want to read it even before you know anything about it? It captured your eye and instantly you knew it was special? This was how I felt about Lucy’s Book.