Toppsta - Childrens Books – Reviews


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Was read to me 12th September '17

Poppy and the Blooms
Author: Fiona Woodcock
A beautiful story about four little flying friends who spread their magic of flowers to save a park in the dull city. It's a wonderful uplifting tale with pretty pictures. My little girl really loved Poppy and her friends. 

Was read to me 11th August '17

Tiny Tantrum
Author: Caroline Crowe Illustrator: Ella Okstad
This is a great book which helps children understand their temper tantrums and behaviour a little better. My daughter enjoyed this funny story about a little girl who is going through the tantrum stage which my daughter can relate to. And for every tantrum there is a friendly monster - this is a lovely, funny book with great pictures. I would definitely recommend especially if your child is going through the tantrum stage!

Was read to me 11th July '17

Lottie Dolls: Stargazer Dress-up Sticker Book
Author: Lottie Dolls
My daughter really enjoyed dressing up Lottie and her friends. The book was of a better quality than most of the others I have used in the past; it was easy to re-peel the stickers if they weren't quite correct. There was a great selection of stickers to choose from and on each page there were some interesting facts about space. A great alternative to princesses and fairies. I would definitely recommend this book.

Was read to me 6th June '17

The Adventures of the Owl and the Pussy Cat
Author: Coral Rumble
A beautiful story about a little boy and girl with huge imaginations; they are dressed as an owl and a pussycat in a cardboard box boat. They go on an adventure and have lots of fun. A story with lots of rhythm that flows easily and my little girl enjoys joining in when I read it to her. The illustrations are really pretty and work perfectly with the story. They are quirky and cute at the same time. I would definitely recommend this book; I especially enjoy reading it to my daughter before bed. 

Was read to me 10th May '17

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, Where Have You Been? I've Been to Paris and Guess What I've Seen...
Author: Russell Punter
My daughter really enjoyed this book especially as I read it with a wonderful French accent.  She likes books that have rhythm and she joined in with some of the words after I read it a few times. It is a great way to share all of the magnificent sights in Paris with a child without it being boring. The pictures were bright and colourful and my daughter loved looking for cat on the pages. I would definitely recommend this book.