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CH12

Aged 6
Joined December 2017

Favourite book EVER is Oi Frog
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Was read to me 5th March '19

Superkitty
Author: Hannah Whitty Illustrator: Paula Bowles
Superkitty is a small but daring kitty, underestimated by colleagues but who faces adversity and wins in the most surprising way!

The illustrations are bold and bright, the characters are entertaining and the story is really fun. I really liked the style of the story and the vocabulary used was great for expanding young minds being completely different to any other children's book we've read. Best of all the book suits both boys and girls well. We love it.

Was read to me 25th February '19

How the Borks Became: An Adventure in Evolution
Author: Jonathan Emmett
This is a really fabulous book, fun, well illustrated, engaging and all about evolution written in such a way that children don't even know they are learning.  Choosing it from the library I had no expectations of this book but I am so glad we picked it up, our whole family enjoy reading it.  There is so much to look at on each page and it's bright and bold with a great visual for human evolution at the back, that prompted plenty of conversations in our house.  Absolutely recommend it.

Was read to me 22nd January '19

The Koala Who Could
Author: Rachel Bright Illustrator: Jim Field
We absolutely love everything that Rachel and Jim create and this is no exception. 

The illustrations are vivid with so much to look at, the rhyming text so engaging, fun and wonderful to read  But best of all this story has such a brilliant message for young children about anxiety and worry, particularly when dealing with change and how wonderful things can be if you embrace them. We love it.

Was read to me 22nd January '19

Blown Away
Author: Rob Biddulph
A beautiful and surprisingly funny picture book that we all absolutely love reading. 

A story about what happens when polar animals end up in a jungle adventure and how they mastermind a way back home  with a very funny monkey surprise.

My children delighted in the funny stowaway surprise and at each polar animal that got caught up in the kite  I loved the rhyming text and the beautiful illustrations that made it such a delight to read. This is one of those books we've Birkett from the library that we will but our own copy of to keep. 

Was read to me 20th January '19

Rabbits Don't Lay Eggs!
Author: Paula Metcalf Illustrator: Cally Johnson-Isaacs
Rabbits don't lay eggs so what other job can they do on the farm. The animals set off to find out, with very funny results.

This was an unexpectedly hilarious book which my children absolutely love  It involves some poo humour which never fails to be funny apparently.  I have to say even us parents found this book quite amusing 

Bright  bold  and very entertaining  We love it.