Reading Adventures

‘Dragon Discovery’, Essex Wildlife Trust and Hanningfield Reservoir.

Follow my blog with Bloglovin At the moment by daughter's most favourite author in the whole wide world is Cressida Cowell largely because of  the 'How to Train Your Dragon' series. She just simply cannot get enough. We have just finished book 4 'How to cheat a dragon's curse' and she is currently saving her … Continue reading ‘Dragon Discovery’, Essex Wildlife Trust and Hanningfield Reservoir.

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WEEKLY ‘WHAT’S ON THE SHELF?’ THE BEE BOOK by Charlotte Milner

'What's the buzz about honey bees?' Initially we borrowed this glorious non-fiction book from the library, but it is one of those books that we just didn't want to return, so we bought our own copy and now it is a 'stayer' on our book shelf! So, what can you expect to find out about… Continue reading WEEKLY ‘WHAT’S ON THE SHELF?’ THE BEE BOOK by Charlotte Milner

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WEEKLY ‘WHAT’S ON THE SHELF?’ GIRAFFE ON A BICYCLE BY JULIA WOOLF

'Monkey has found a bicycle! And luckily, giraffe knows how to ride it... sort of.' This gorgeous book was bought by 'Nana' in a local independent children's bookshop. It's a perfect, quick read for reluctant toddlers and the appealing illustrations will keep them captivated throughout. Monkey finds a bicycle and doesn't know how to ride… Continue reading WEEKLY ‘WHAT’S ON THE SHELF?’ GIRAFFE ON A BICYCLE BY JULIA WOOLF

Reading Adventures

How to have family day out for all ages. Teddy bears, tree houses and terrific fun! Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a classic at the V&A

Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a classic at the V&A The stories of Winnie-the-Pooh have delighted both children and adults for over 90 years and now, you and your family, can re-live your fond memories of the funny, tubby, honey-loving bear. If you happen to be in London and are searching for some family fun during the Easter… Continue reading How to have family day out for all ages. Teddy bears, tree houses and terrific fun! Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a classic at the V&A