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Ali mum

3 children aged 14, 12 & 2.
Joined July 2017

Favourite book EVER is Peter pan
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Wrote a Review 12th January '19

Book pages The Smartest Giant in Town
The Smartest Giant in Town
I read it to Oscar! aged 2
As with all Julia Donaldson books, this doesn't disappoint. With bright, fun illustrations, and a great repetitive rhyme throughout, makes it great for kids to try and join in. 
We named the items of clothing through the book and found it funny, seeing George the giant in his pants! 

Wrote a Review 12th January '19

Book pages The Highway Rat
The Highway Rat
I read it to Oscar! aged 2
As expected from a Julia Donaldson book, bright colourful illustrations and rhyme. A retelling of the highway robbers using animals, and using a good moral tale of greed doesn't pay in the end. Never disappointed with these books. 

Wrote a Review 27th December '18

Book pages Tiddler
Tiddler
I read it to Oscar! aged 2
A bright and cheery, typically Julia Donaldson book. The repetition, almost like a chorus, makes it great for first readers. Originally bought this when first published when my youngest daughter was small, now reading to my grandson, and unlike some books, the content doesn't date. 

Entered a Giveaway 26th December '18

Book pages Placeholder Book
The Unworry Book
For Ages
9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14
No. of Copies
11
End Date
29th Jan '19
Open to residents of Republic of Ireland & United Kingdom

Wrote a Review 26th December '18

Book pages The Bear and the Bees: ITV Daybreak winner
The Bear and the Bees: ITV Daybreak winner
I read it to Oscar! aged 2
This is a story of being different, accepting and being OK to be you. I originally bought it when it was first published for my daughter, but she didn't really take to it. 
Oscar likes the bees but I think he's a bit young to understand the concept. If it's read regularly as he gets older he may 'get' it, and hopefully learn the acceptance skill in life.