T’s 2019 Week 30 Book of the Week!

T's 30th #BookoftheWeek for 2019 goes to the genuinely SUPER Super Duper You by Sophy Henn! If you haven't yet, you really should read this book! You can check out our full review here - https://fatherreading.wordpress.com/2019/08/06/review-super-duper-you/

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Review: Along Came A Different

Following this month's #ukpbchat with Tom McLaughlin, I had been eager to read a book of his that had been mentioned a few times was pleased to see T pick out Along Came A Different for tonight's bedtime story. Reds love being Red and think being a Red is the best thing ever. Yellows love... Continue Reading →

Review: Molly’s Moon Mission

Tonight we finally read a book that I have been looking forward to us reading for ages - Molly's Moon Mission by Duncan Beedie. Molly is a young moth with big ambitions; she wants to be a real astronaut and fly to the moon. Her mum isn't convinced but that doesn't stop Molly training herself... Continue Reading →

Review: The Wolf, the Duck & the Mouse

Tonight's choice of bedtime story was influenced by mummy who had noticed this languishing in our library #tbr pile and decided to give T a nudge in its direction - The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse by Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen. Like all good fables, the opening here is suitably grim - Mouse... Continue Reading →

Review: Think Big!

Tonight T picked out another book on the theme of positive messages (this one even has a front-cover tagline: Believe And You Can Achieve) - Think Big! by Kes Gray and Nathan Reed. The book stars Humpty Dumpty who is sat on the wall with all his story time friends when he reveals that he... Continue Reading →

Review: Super Duper You

Tonight, T picked out a book I was really looking forward to reading - Super Duper You by Sophy Henn. SPOILER ALERT - it didn't disappoint! Super Duper You is essentially a love letter from a brother to his younger sister, explaining what it is that makes her awesome! Having watched his sister growing up,... Continue Reading →

Review: Dinosaur Juniors Happy Hatchday

Having discovers the Dinosaur Juniors series on our recent visit to the Bradford Literature Festival, where we enjoyed an awesome work shop with author/illustrator/legend Rob Biddulph, we checked the series so far out at the library and today T picked out book one - Dinosaur Juniors Happy Hatchday. The book stars Greg, a stegosaurus who... Continue Reading →

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