It is a book to play games in, decorate, draw, use your imagination, connect the dots and count together; creating memories and looking back over the year and seeing how much you have changed together.
This has to be one of the best colour recognition books that I have seen in a while. The meerkats are cute, the words flow easily, and it is one of those books that are playfully engaging.
I love my mum because ‘she knows which colour I am on the inside.’ This interactive book is fun and heartwarming, encouraging your child to be creative and to share special time with their mamma.
Matilda: The Original Story by Roald Dahl Matilda At 30: Chief Executive of The British LibraryIllustrated by Quentin BlakePublished by Puffin|Penguin BooksDate: 4 October 2018R.R.P. $27.99 Dear Friends When…
Shelly Unwin has again delighted the reader with her ability to bring books alive, creating an atmosphere of fun and waggishness. There’s a Baddie Running Through This Book is her best yet and I am not only excited about this book but for what she will delight us with in the future.
So before I get any older I plan on sharing this book with as many people as I can, which I hope inspires everyone to encourage children to be as free and whimsical in their imagination of what they want to be someday…or even today.
Do you want to count backwards – 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…BLAST OFF! Zooming around the Solar System in a rocket ship?
‘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.