It’s not just penguins who have problems you know! From the creators of Penguins Problems comes this stylish and original laugh-out-loud companion.
This bumper book of outdoor activities is filled with a fantastic range of crafty things to do. It’s all you need to get the kids outdoors and enjoying nature, whatever the weather.
AD | Gifted / Affiliate Links There are two very special visitors at playgroup today – Dr Brown bear and…
Learn how to light a fire without matches build a shelter to sleep in, cook on a fire, hunt for bugs and much more. From essential bushcraft basics and Stone Age survival skills to joyful outdoor play – Forest School Adventure is a book packed with ideas to bring your little ones closer to nature and all its magical offerings.
Anna and Otis the snake are great friends and they love having fun together. But Otis the snake knows people are scared of snakes, so he usually just plays at home or in the garden. He is nervous when Anna suggests a new adventure.
When I set myself the goal of reading 20 books in 2020, I have to confess that I thought it would be yet another resolution that soon fell by wayside. However, not only have I managed to read 20 books in 2020 – which I achieved before the end of April. I have somehow managed to squeeze in 20 more books for 2020.
If all you had is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Meet Mr Nogginbody. Armed with his new hammer he fixes his floor, then the wall and the picture on the wall and the shower and the stop sign at the end of the street…
Life continues in lockdown, adhering to social distancing measures and only heading out for essential journeys. As I worked from home before all of this kicked off, life, on one hand, hasn’t changed that much for me. On the other hand, we have less money coming in as my earning have all but stopped (thank goodness for the little bit of help from the SEISS grant). The children are home from school and we can’t head out on family adventures. But in the grand scheme of things we are very lucky to be surviving the current way of life.
Mr. Book With No Story wants no pictures, stories, happy endings, words, laughs, tears, or thrills between his covers. None. Zero. Zilch. He is a story-free zone, he declares, and will only tell us what he’s not going to tell us.
When it’s time for recess, Miss Mellon’s students pour through the school doors and swarm over the playground. They fly make-believe planes, tame dragons, and ride elephants. But wait – why are there a few kids standing alone and watching? Why aren’t they joining in? Why do they look so forlorn?