18 Beautiful Kids bunny books for Easter

We seem to have a lot of books about bunnies in our house…along with lots of bunny teddies! They seem to be our favourites so I thought I would share the bunny books Miss Marnie loves (some we have, some we have borrowed from the library and some our in our Amazon basket waiting to be paid for!)  plus they all end hop-ly ever after! Just perfect for Easter… 18 Brill Bunny Books TOP ROW: The Velveteen Rabbit £5.24 By Margery Williams (Read…

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Our 10 favourite Julia Donaldson books for toddlers

From: ‘A Squash and A Squeeze’ Every night before bed Miss Marnie gets to choose her 3 books before bed – and more often than not they are all by Julia Donaldson. No surprise when the children’s author and poet has published over 60 books – and we’ve a large collection already. Many I search out in charity shops – I have found some great ones in almost-perfect condition. And, plus I don’t really mind as the rhyming words are…

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Travel books & guides that transport kids from the comfort of home

Before Miss Marnie arrived we travelled a lot. We took 2-3 holidays a year which often involved taking in several places or stops in order to a see as much as possible. We may not be able to travel so much now with a toddler – not because we won’t take her away – but because we’ve been discovering different types of holidays like Bluestone, Disneyland Paris and – soon Butlin’s. But, one thing I do want to instill in Miss…

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10 Classic books celebrating a special birthday in 2015!

I love classic kids books. Although Miss Marnie has a mixture of new and old – it’s always the ones that have stood the test of time that we come back to night after night. I think I must read Goodnight Moon Every. Night. – and so much so that she even knows the words that are coming next. As for The Hungry Caterpillar she pretty much can read it from memory (as of course she can’t read yet!) and…

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Snow days and cold days – 6 winter children’s books

This is my first Sunday Night book club post of the year. I’m not really sure what I haven’t done one yet – as this is one of my favourite posts to compile. Miss Marnie and I love books and buy several every week (from our local charity shop) and visit the library to take out books we want to read – but not keep on our bookshelf. One of the best things about a new children’s book is reading it for…

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