Review: Tooth Fairy

For tonight's bedtime story we joined Little Bro L in his new football net bed to share a book as old as me that was mummy's when she was a child - Tooth Fairy by Audrey Wood. Honestly, the book was dreadful. The story, of a jealous sister, a fake tooth made of corn and... Continue Reading →

Review: Big Wig

Having somehow contrived to lose a book we started, we have spent the last couple of days enjoying Big Wig by Colin West. Big Wig is a giant who got his name because he wears a big, ginger wig. Big Wig loves his wig, but a combination of laughter from the other giants and an... Continue Reading →

Review: Gordon the Gremlin

We had a second picture book for the week tonight as it was our stop on the #blogtour for a book released into the world just yesterday - Gordon the Gremlin by brother and sister duo Lizzie Exton and Tom Exton. Gordon is the naughtiest of gremlins and causes all manner of mess and disaster... Continue Reading →

Review: The Spots and the Dots

Tonight we dipped back into the world of picture books to read a book that is actually two books in one - The Spots and the Dots by Helen Baugh and Marion Deuchars. We decided to start our reading in the blue corner with the Dots, a small tribe who live on one side of... Continue Reading →

Review: A Planet Full of Plastic

Today is Day 1000 (!!!!!) of our blog and probably the last of our daily picture book reviews! To celebrate the occasion, we have been saving a very special book that we were both really excited to read - A Planet Full of Plastic by Neal Layton. Over the last year or two, T has... Continue Reading →

Review: Into the Forest

For tonight's bedtime story, T decided on, "that one with the boring grey cover," (😂😂😂) - Into the Forest by Anthony Browne. Thankfully, what we found inside was anything but boring! A young boy, the narrator is awoken one night by a loud, terrible sound. In the morning, his father is gone and the boy... Continue Reading →

Review: Coming to England

Today we receive some awesome #bookpost that immediately made its way upstairs as our bedtime read - Coming to England by Floella Benjamin and Diane Ewen. Coming to England is the inspirational picture book autobiography of Floella Benjamin. It tells the story of her families decision to move, a little at a time, from their... Continue Reading →

Review: Mrs Noah’s Pockets

Tonight was the last of T's birthday book haul - Mrs Noah's Pockets by Jackie Morris and James Mayhew. It's raining. Heavily. And I guess we will all know what Mr Noah is up to building is ark. Well, it turns out, as well as saving the animals, Mr Noah is taking the opportunity to... Continue Reading →

Review: Last Stop on Market Street

Another birthday book made its way onto the bed for tonight's bedtime read - Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson. This is one of those lovely books in which not much happens and yet we still find ourselves moved by what we read. CJ is fresh out of... Continue Reading →

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