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Why it is important to read to your baby

Amongst the constant rounds of baby related chores it is too easy to get to the end of the day and realise you missed out on reading to your baby. It is pretty important that you somehow find the time: the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child lists access to children’s books […]

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The Adventures of Pinnochio

The classic story of Pinocchio is simple. A young boy who lies and as a result, his nose grows bigger, punishing him in a humorous way. The story of the young boy Pinocchio was told for the first time in the 1883 novel titled: The Adventures of Pinocchio. (more…)

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Around the World in Eighty Days

Around the World in Eighty Days is a classic French novel about a man who, as the title suggests, attempts to circumnavigate the world in 80 days. Written in 1873, the novel has had world wide success, with the story being adaptated into a theatre play, TV series, feature film, animations and numerous exhibitions. (more…)

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Where’s Wally

Where’s Wally is a classic children’s book which requires kids to search frantically over pages for the red and white striped Character. (more…)

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Dr Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham

This classic, best selling kids book by Dr Seuss is a perfect example of a piece of cultural history which has stood the test of time. Written in 1960, Green Eggs and Ham, was recently voted fourth-bestselling English-language children’s book (novel) of all time (more…)

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Books For Children Who Have Questions About Death

Books tell children everything. They can teach them how to use their imagination or they can show them about the real world, more importantly books can help children understand and relate the plot to their everyday lives. (more…)

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The Curious Garden

The Curious Garden by Peter Brown is fast becoming a recognisable children’s book for its creative storyline and colourful images. The book takes us on the journey of a young boy who wants to help a gloomy garden grow, or as Brown’s publisher says “One Boy’s quest for a greener world…one garden at a time”. […]

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Harry Potter

If you haven’t heard of the Harry Potter series, then you are living in the Stone Age. (more…)

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