It’s National Storytelling Week, so we’re taking a look at the lessons we can learn from the ancient art of storytelling to be better at sharing stories with our children.
One of the most frequent pieces of advice I give to my customers is to choose books THEY enjoy if they want to get their children into reading.
There are so many decisions to make when preparing for the arrival of your firstborn. Read this Baby’s First Books guide to make at least one buying choice that little bit easier.
Reading to your baby before they are born is a great way to relax and bond with your little one, and to start a lifelong love of books.
As huge Julia Donaldson fans, we couldn’t miss Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales when it came to the Curve theatre in Leicester this month.
Each time one of my boys has turned two, we’ve celebrated with a trip to the Birmingham Sea Life Centre. Last month was my smallest’s turn to break the two year barrier [sob], so we crossed the M1 to the mighty Brum for our bi-annual Sea Life adventure. In the week running up, we made…Details