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…
Between the ages of 0-5, babies and children are absorbing information all the time because their brains are developing at a rapid pace, and that is why librarians encourage you to read, sing songs and rhymes to your children including babies
“Trumpets tooting, cannon shooting, Music playing, horses neighing, flags are flapping, children clapping”.
Fun! Fun! and more Fun!
Some books don’t need words because sometimes the illustrations are so beautiful and intricate that the story speaks for itself and this is what Kate Prendergast has achieved in her book Dog One a Train.
I opened the package not knowing which book it might be, I felt like I was 8 years old again as I slowly slid the book out and discovered it was I Don’t Know What To Call My Cat by Simon Philip and Illustrated by Ella Bailey.
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.
“Can you imagine…just for one day…you’re a busy bird? Yes, a bird! Hooray!”(Lucy Cousins)
I decided to share this today because it is one that mattered to me. There are books that come and go, there are books that stay with you and this is one of them.