The rain is back.
Rain makes me grumpy. So I’m having cake for breakfast and looking ahead to some yummy books to make me smile. Join me!
Martha and the Bunny Brothers: I Heart Bedtime by Clara Vulliamy
A joyful celebration of bedtime rituals featuring the stars of Martha and the Bunny Brothers: I Heart School
13 more sleeps!
Primrose by Alex T. Smith
Life for Princess Primrose is rather dull because she’s not allowed to climb trees, dig up muddy vegetables or even splash in the fountain. Everyone in the royal household is properly proper, and Primrose longs to have some serious FUN. But things take a turn for the better when Primrose’s Grandmama comes for a visit and reminds everyone never to say no to a spot of fun. A gorgeous new picture book by Alex T. Smith that reminds us to giggle.
The Dark by Lemony Snicket
Laszlo is afraid of the dark. He knows that the dark lives in the same house as him but luckily it doesn’t visit Laszlo in his room. Until one night it does. With emotional insight and poetic economy, Lemony Snicket and Jon Klassen bring to light a universal and empowering story about conquering fear. Join a brave boy on his journey to meet the dark, and see why it will never bother him again.
Claude in the Spotlight by Alex T. Smith
Claude in the Spotlight is the fifth title in this wonderful series.
Weasels by Elys Dolan
Find out how the weasels’ dastardly plans for world domination are foiled in this hilarious, off-the-wall debut picture book from a shiny new star in the children’s book firmament.
Troll Swap by Leigh Hodgkinson
Timothy Limpet feels out of place in the troll family – he likes things to be just so, and most trolls, frankly, don’t. Tabitha Lumpit likes things to be loud, loopy and messy and she feels a fish out of water in her very neat family. Sometimes they wonder if their families really see them for who they are, so when Timothy and Tabitha meet on the bridge they decide each other’s family is a better fit and they swap places …with hilarious and touching results. Based around the time-honoured theme of home is where the heart is, this warm and witty story is a celebration of the individual and offers a valuable lesson on not judging others.
(All blurbs taken from http://www.lovereading4kids.co.uk)