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Little One

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Was read to me 20th February '19

Say Hi to Hedgehogs!
Author: Jane McGuinness
This gorgeously illustrated read is a story book combined with factual information on all things hedgehogs. It’s a book that caters well for both my girlies and one that has been well received. It’s also a book that gently informs young readers of the number of hedgehogs dwindling and what we can practically do to help our little spiky friends. 
Highly recommend. 

Was read to me 20th February '19

The Rabbit Problem
Author: Emily Gravett
If you have a little one curious about time and the months of the year this is such a great pick. The Rabbits Problem tells stories of a rabbit family through the format of a calendar. There is so much to observe, flaps and books within the book to look at and the illustrations are brilliant! It’s a rather entertaining, delightful book which we hadn’t seen before but glad we spotted it at our local library. 

Was read to me 19th February '19

The Right One
Author: Violeta Noy Illustrator: Violeta Noy
This book is all about a young ghost who wants to try a different look. He’s a little tired of the white sheet so attempts to add a little colour into his appearance. His family don’t approve but that doesn’t stop this little ghost. If you’re looking for a halloween read that isn’t scary this is a great pick.

Was read to me 19th February '19

Tales from Acorn Wood: Friends
Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Axel Scheffler
My two daughters have enjoyed this series of books since they were younger. My eldest knows many of the books by heart and my youngest absolutely adores the different characters. 
Friends is a collection of illustrations from the previous books, explaining to young readers about the friendships the different characters have. There isn’t a story as such.
Admittedly I was expecting a story of some sort about the different animal
characters however, my youngest daughter really liked the book as all the characters are familiar to her. 
The book doesn’t have lift the flaps like others in the series but it is full the brim within a Scheffler’s fantastic illustrations. 

Was read to me 21st January '19

My Little Gifts: A Book of Sharing
Author: Jo Witek Illustrator: Christine Roussey
Celebrations are made that more special when you have all your loved ones nearby and gifts, well that can make it special too. I talk not only of things purchased but acts of kindness too. 
Indeed there are lots of way to give and share and this cheery read explains just that. Complete with realistic examples and fun flaps to explore this would be a great book to share in a learning setting as it is for a home library too.