Children’s Books about Refugees

Refugee Week happens every year around World Refugee Day on the 20th of June. Starting in 1998 in response to negative attitudes towards refugees in the media, Refugee Week aims to educate, build better understanding within communities and celebrate the lives and achievements of refugees through arts, cultural and educational events. My Name is not... Continue Reading →

Kids Love to Read #43 and Giveaway

Welcome to Kids Love to Read, a monthly linky for sharing posts about all things about kids books and reading with children, that we host alongside Laura's Lovely Blog and Book Bairn. You can catch up on the previous Kids Love to Read linkys over on Laura's Lovely Blog but first, over to our favourite posts from... Continue Reading →

My Grandma and Me by Mina Javaherbin and Lindsey Yankey

My Grandma and Me by Mina Javaherbin, illustrated by Lindsey Yankey and published by Walker Books is a beautiful, autobiographical story of a little girl's memories with her grandmother. Mina grew up in Iran with her Grandma as her constant companion. Wherever her Grandma went and whatever she was doing Mina was there with her; collecting the bread in the morning,... Continue Reading →

Touring Picture Book Club – Growing a Dinosaur Garden with Sunflower Shoots and Muddy Boots, a Child’s Guide to Gardening

Welcome to the latest Touring Picture Book Club, our regular feature where we and three other bloggers share activities that the same book has inspired. This month our chosen book is Sunflower Shoots and Muddy Boots by Katherine Halligan and Grace Easton, a Child's Guide to Gardening published by Nosy Crow with the National Trust. With summer finally making its presence shown, now... Continue Reading →

Kids Love to Read #42 and Giveaway

Welcome to Kids Love to Read, a monthly linky for sharing posts about all things about kids books and reading with children, that we host alongside Laura's Lovely Blog and Book Bairn. You can check out the previous Kids Love to Read linkys over on Laura's Lovely Blog but first, over to our favourite posts from April's... Continue Reading →

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