Elbow Grease begins to wonder whether his brothers are right and he begins to cry. With a Crack-A-Lack-A and a Book-Shock-A-Lock-A, Elbow Grease’s eye pop wide and…
Nosy Crow have a podcast in iTunes, it has been there since 2013 but I only discovered it today. The podcast has audio versions of some of the Nosy Crow books which you can read along with it. This reminded me of my childhood when I used to listen to the Storytime Magazine to stories such as, Gobolino the Witches Cat, when I went to bed at night.
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.
When you open a book and before you even get to the first chapter you read a statement that says “No chickens were hurt during the course of writing this book, because chickens are good and we LIKE chickens” you know the book is going to be a little bit quirky and a lot of funny.
literacy initiative that is directed at parents, in language that parents understand which means no library or teacher jargon that is confusing.