Hello Garage made me smile the instant that I saw it, and I only loved it more after opening it and reading the story about Ludo, lifting the flaps, and touch and feel elements.
Your child will love this lift-the-flap board book where they will be surprised by animals along the way, and discover themselves in the mirror under the last felt flap.
Peppa and her friends learn about Chinese New Year at school where Madame Gazelle teaches them about this celebration.
The book can be more than just reading the words but creating possibilities through conversation and discovery. This can be achieved by learning about the animals, identifying them, learning what noises they make and where they might live.
Elsie Elephant is a board book that will simply delight you and your young reader. The story begins at night with a NOT so tired Elsie…sound familiar anyone? It turns out that Elsie has a lot to say and as she stomps through the jungle, trumpeting loudly she wakes other animals along the way.
‘Shhh…everyone is fast asleep on the farm.’
‘Who can you see cuddled up in the barn?’
The language is simple and tells a beautiful story about the hungry caterpillar heading to his bed upon some leaves, while saying goodnight to his friends along the way.
Detective dog is on a mission to find the missing books from school. Another outstanding book by the talented Julia Donaldson
This book is adorable, fun and quality reading material from Nosy Crow. These books continue delight me in how well they have been written for young children, and how well they support other developmental areas such as find motor and communication skills. There is so much to love about this book for 1 to 3 year olds and this is for sure going to be well read in storytime this year for me.