I love the concept of WriteUnite whose aim is to send kits consisting of exercise books, a pencil case packed with writing materials and a..
If you’re planning on wrapping pyjamas and a book to give to your little ones on Christmas Eve, it’s hard to beat a good..
Finn recently received a box from Bookbuggy through the post for us to review. It contained three different books – one was..
Ah, books. A failsafe gift that will put a smile on the faces of both (most) children and parents. Christmas is the time to go all out with..
The combination of classic fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood and Alison Jay’s illustrations is a compelling one. In this..
Alfie chose this lovely little book to give to his daddy for his birthday yesterday. It’s a follow-up to artist Matt Sewell’s..
My First Book of Vehicles by Alain Gree (Button, RRP £4.99) The latest additions to French illustrator Alain Gree’s delightful..
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..
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..