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BellaCam

Aged 7
Joined April 2016

Favourite book EVER is Sugarlump and the unicorn
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Was read to me 28th February '19

What's Going On Inside My Head?: Starting conversations with your child about positive mental health
Author: Molly Potter Illustrator: Sarah Jennings
A really good book to help children talk about their mental health. The book isn’t too overwhelming but helps kids deal with the strong emotions they might be dealing with. 

Was read to me 30th January '19

Never Tickle a Tiger
Author: Pamela Butchart Illustrator: Marc Boutavant
Izzy is always shuffling, jiggling, squirming and twitching. She just can't keep still! - funnily enough i have a daughter like that too! A lovely book following a day out with Izzy and what she gets up to when her class visit the zoo. Can she behave? You'll have to wait and see! 
Lovely illustrations and a flap part to engage children. 

Was read to me 30th January '19

No-Bot, the Robot with No Bottom
Author: Sue Hendra
We are fans of all of Sue Hendra books. The title drew the kids into this one! They thought it was hilarious. This book is a funny rhyming story through it.. The storyline is easy for children to follow, and the ending is great! Illustrations are bright and accompany the story nicely.

Was read to me 30th January '19

I Totally Don't Want to Play
Author: Ann Bonwill Illustrator: Simon Rickerty
We have the whole set of Hugo and Bella. The kids were drawn to the covers then delighted that the bird is called Bella. The illustrations are bright and not too busy on the page. In this story Bella the bird makes a new friend and poor Hugo is a bit sad about it. In the end it turns out ok. A lovely book about building new friendships. 

Was read to me 30th January '19

I Am Not a Copycat!
Author: Ann Bonwill Illustrator: Simon Rickerty
We have the whole set of Hugo and Bella. The kids were drawn to the covers then delighted that the bird is called Bella. The illustrations are bright and not too busy on the page. The story makes me laugh as it reminds me of my kids copying each other yet they want to be individuals. So Bella and Hugo must decide what to do as they like the same things. It's ok to be different but it's also ok to be the same.