Toppsta - Childrens Books – Reviews


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Was read to me 22nd April '18

That's not my chick...
Author: Fiona Watt Illustrator: Rachel Wells
Just like the other books in the series it’s a lovely little book for little fingers. We won this book through toppsta and it’s been read many times over the Easter. The different ‘touchy feely’ textures in each page and the bright simple pictures are perfect for babies and toddlers :)

Was read to me 16th October '17

WOW! It's Night-time
Author: Tim Hopgood
This lovely book introduces little ones to the wonders, sounds and sights of the nocturnal world. We loved WOW owl and this is just as brilliant especially now that it is getting darker earlier! This is one of our new favourites!

Was read to me 23rd July '17

That's not my unicorn...
Author: Fiona Watt Illustrator: Rachel Wells
This book this book is great! Just like the other books in the series it engages small children with its bright and tactile pictures! My niece loved the book and wanted it read to her again and again! The perfect gift for anyone little :)

Was read to me 14th July '17

Sally and the Limpet
Author: Simon James Illustrator: Simon James
Simon James lives locally to us and we regularly visit Wembury beach where the story is set. This book is a lovely story for all age groups, the illustrations are wonderfully drawn and help to tell the story. The little girl pulls a limpet from the rock and it gets stick, she tries lots of different ways to get it off but it's firmly stuck!! This story also teaches children about caring for living things. 
Highly recommended!

Was read to me 13th March '17

Tiger Tiger
Author: Jonny Lambert
Little tiger cub is full of energy and wants to explore but the older tiger says he's to old to play. This is a heart warming story of a little cub and an old tiger learning, exploring and having fun together through the jungle. I like how the colours in the background reflect the mood of the older tiger. My daughter liked pointing out some of the other jungle animals.