Toppsta - Childrens Books – Reviews


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Was read to me 21st April '18

RHS I Can Grow A Sunflower
Author: Royal Horticultural Society
This book is beautifully illustrated with bright images. We absolutely loved learning about how to paint seeds and how they grow. We used the packet of seeds in the back and planted them up. My 3 year old knew what to do after reading the book. Such a lovely learniv opportunity. 

Was read to me 3rd April '18

Jane Foster's Springtime
Author: Jane Foster Illustrator: Jane Foster
The illustrations in this board book are beautiful. My 18 month old loves the simplicity of the book and enjoys saying the words. My 3 year old has used it to understand what makes spring, spring and has triggered asking lots of questions about the pictures. Each page has a picture of something linked to spring e.g. daffodils, blossom, chocolate and the adjacent page displays the word. Great for under 3s

Was read to me 14th March '18

Peppa Pig: I Love You, Mummy Pig
Author: Peppa Pig
My three year old and one year old loved this book. They loved the familiar characters. They also really liked the glittery front covered and detail on some illustrations. A fun tale of how Mummy Pig is super, featuring our favourite Peppa characters.

Was read to me 10th December '17

Spot's Christmas
Author: Eric Hill
My daughters (1&3) love his book. The illustrations are bright and they love to lift the flaps and guess which present is underneath. It's a simple story, great for younger children. 

Was read to me 6th November '17

Goodnight Baby Moon: A Bedtime Tale About the Moon
Author: DK
A beautifully presented hardback book. The illustrations are lovely, I really like the silhouette effect of the bunnies against the brighter colours of the background. A sweet tale of two rabbits watching the moon and learning about it. My children particularly enjoyed the light up moon on the front cover. The actual story is quite short, great for younger ones attention span!