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Filza

2 children aged 4 & 2.
Joined March 2017

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Won a Giveaway 6th November '18

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Book pages Placeholder Book
That's not my llama...
For Ages
Under 1, 1, 2, 4 & 5
No. of Copies
11
End Date
6th Nov '18
Open to residents of Republic of Ireland & United Kingdom

Wrote a Review 10th December '18

Book pages That's not my llama...
That's not my llama...
I read it to Little One aged 4 & to Baby aged 2
Fiona Wells has again done a super job at introducing llamas and exploring descriptive language. Each double page has a different texture for little hands to explore and Rachel Wells illustrations through out are brilliant. There is also a white mouse for young readers to spot on each page.

The board book is a super one for preschoolers and the series has been enjoyed by my girls too particularly my youngest who is 2 years old. 

A great book and a lovely introduction to llamas. 

Entered a Giveaway 6th November '18

Book pages Placeholder Book
Mary Poppins: Illustrated Gift Edition
For Ages
9, 10, 11 & 12
No. of Copies
11
End Date
27th Nov '18
Open to residents of Republic of Ireland & United Kingdom

Wrote a Review 6th November '18

Book pages Rosie Revere and the Raucous Riveters: The Questioneers Book #1
Rosie Revere and the Raucous Riveters: The Questioneers Book #1
I read it (an adult) , to Little One aged 4 & to Baby aged 2
We were absolutely delighted to receive this book, thank you! 
My eldest in particular is huge fan of the picture book series so was super happy to see characters she was so familiar with in a chapter book. 
The story is exciting, diverse, engaging and a brilliant read for all young readers. It’s encouraging words and lessons which Rosie learns along the way are so valuable! 
Rosie is in an upbeat young girl who is all about inventing. She is particular close to her Great Aunt who wants Rosie to invent something which can help her dear friend. Along the way there are ups and downs to Rosie’s inventions which she is aiming to help a woman to paint as her wrists are broken. 
Along with the fun read aloud text there are entertaining illustrations complete with sketches of Rosie’s designs. 
This is the first chapter book I’ve read to my eldest (who it wasn’t intended for) and my youngest and they both have loved it. Highly recommend this read!