I’m a bit of a Bloomsbury obsessive, so I was predestined to love this adorable children’s book, based on the relationship..
We’re a family of bibliophiles (lounge walls lined with books and both children’s shelves groaning with the weight of inherited..
Another brilliant idea from our clever chums over at publishing house Nosy Crow. They’re already doing the book thing and the app..
Books are my passion and one that I, thankfully, seem to have passed on to Alfie. Our lounge is floor to ceiling books and Alfie’s..
If the thought of chocolate advent calendars fills you with dread, or you would like something just a little bit more sustainable or fun,..
The Game…. series of books by illustrator Hervé Tullet (published by Phaidon Press) is seriously cool. The Game of Sculpture..
Board books Now I Am Big and I Can Do It Myself (RRP £4.99, Abrams Appleseed) celebrate the small wins of growing a bit older by..
These are a great autumn craft idea. At first glance they look really difficult to make, but if you break it down it’s not THAT..
We love a good children’s literature festival, so we’re looking forward to the South Ken Kids Festival, which celebrates its..
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love Miffy, Dick Bruna‘s iconic bunny, so these new books should have wide appeal. First..
The delightful Piccadilly’s Circus is the latest storybook app from Ink Robin, whose Will & Kate: A Love Story we featured last..
Inspired by our Picture Books for Talking About Death With Children post, I thought I would put together a few books which deal with..
Apple by Nikki McClure (Abrams Books for Young Readers, RRP £7.99)McClure’s To Market, To Market is one of our favourite reads..
Why stick to the colours of the rainbow when you could be introducing your child to the Pantone spectrum? I adore this set of six mini..
It’s looking more and more like we’ve got an Indian summer in store for us this month, so it’s the perfect time to..