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Category Archives: Books
I have read several of My Little Big Town’s books for children. I have previously reviewed Gorgeous George and the Giant Geriatric Generator, and adored the cheeky illustrations from Calvin Innes. Tiny Twisted Tales are a series of books that … Continue reading
By Tracey Corderoy and Tim Warnes. Review by the Bug, aged 5.
My brother is not one for practising his writing. But he has recently acquired the ability to read, and can be found most mornings, long before M&D’s alarm goes … Continue reading
Do you have children who are soon to start school? Are you keen to get them acquainted with letters, ready for the big scary world of phonics and literacy lessons in school? Well don’t be. We have talked long and … Continue reading
By Guy Bass
At school I now have a blog of my own. We are currently being challenged to write proper posts on it, and not just message our friends. Yesterday I wrote Stitch Head: a Book Review. Mrs Feisty approved, … Continue reading
This is not strictly a #funee post, but it is the first proper written piece of work the Bug has produced. We have read and reviewed several books on Actually Mummy in recent weeks, but this is our first toddler … Continue reading
By Stuart Reid. Illustrated by Calvin Innes.
Gorgeous George & the Giant Geriatric Generator is the debut children’s book by Stuart Reid, a Scottish author who knows about the kind of humour children like. Whilst Mummy turned up her nose at … Continue reading
By Corinne V. Davies. Illustrated by El Ashfield.
I was recently given a book to review. Ralph is (not) a Spy is one of a series of books about a rather nerdy schoolboy, who hadn’t yet figured out where he fits … Continue reading