Stuck for an idea for a christening or special little one? Check out this rather lovely idea from the folks at Willoughby Book Club. Enter..
My First Book of Vehicles by Alain Gree (Button, RRP £4.99) The latest additions to French illustrator Alain Gree’s delightful..
The annual arts extravaganza that is Brighton Festival kicks off with the always-fabulous Children’s Parade on Saturday. There are..
I do love it when The Book People have some hot deals, and my current must have is the collection of 10 Quentin Blake books. I love..
We’ve had the builders in (yet again) and the children’s rooms are being decorated, which has prompted a mini spring clean...
My love for children’s magazine Okido knows no bounds. There is always huge excitement chez nous when a new issue comes out and..
I’ve long been a fan of Maggy Woodley’s children’s craft blog Red Ted Art, so I was delighted to see there was a book on..
There’s a month to go before Crochet at Play by Kat Goldin is released. It’s a fabulous collection of 30 fun hats, scarves,..
Penguin in Peril by Helen Hancocks (Templar, RRP £6.99) follows three dastardly cats in their quest to capture a penguin. But they..
This is a reissue of the classic I Know a Lot of Things, first published in 1956. The gorgeous illustrations with a restricted pallet..
If you’ve spent one or more evenings this week frantically scrabbling around for a costume for your child then you’ll be all..
Ooh, there are some lovely goodies over at Carousel. It’s a great place to browse if you’re looking for party inspiration..
How I wish I had this book when Lola was a baby! It’s on the wish list for the next one for sure. Baby-gami (Chronicle Books)..
I love the stark graphic style of Tana Hoban‘s children’s books. Count and See is a 70s classic and it’s been reissued...
We are a house of book lovers, so this reading pillow with pocket appeals a lot. A pillow for comfort, with a pocket to stash your..