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#MaverickMonday Strictly No Crocs by Heather Pindar

Hello everyone!

Today’s review is a book called Strictly No Crocs by Heather Pindar, all about three crocodiles with a dastardly plan!

                                                        ” ‘Don’t worry,’ said Snapper ‘I have a clever plan. . .’ “

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#ThorpThursday Squiggle Bee by Ruth Thorp

Happy Thursday everyone!

Today is the first of three #ThorpThursdays. We will be featuring three books illustrated by Ruth Thorp and featuring the first collaboration with her sister, Sarah. The first book we will be reviewing is Squiggle Bee!

Squiggle Bee is a squiggly bee who’s just a little different . . . .

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Oh No, George! By Chris Haughton

Hello!

Tonight’s review is, quite simply, hilarious. It’s transferable between children and children who have fur! We identify a lot with this book, we have Beebop (without fur, obviously) and ten furry babies of different species! This book is a Guardian Books favourite and was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway medal in 2013, alongside many other international awards.

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Bedtime Books Special: How To Catch A Star and I Took The Moon For A Walk

Hi everyone!

Hope you are all well. Today’s post is a bedtime books special, in honour of Beebop’s terrible sleeping habits (teething and colds don’t mix!) the past few days! One book we got from the library and the other we have as a Barefoot Books ambassador. They’re both beautiful and perfect for babies and toddlers alike.

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#MeaghanFisherFriday Lars The Monkey flies a WACO Airplane

Hello everyone!

We have a late post tonight because Beebop is having one of those weeks were everything (and we mean everything!) is more interesting than going to sleep. It’s amazing how much energy they have when their mummies and daddies are ready for bed! Here is a #MeaghanFisherFriday for you, perfect for little ones who are fans of aeroplanes and/or monkeys! We had to do some googling for this review!

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The Girl Who Sees Stories by Gill Torres

Hello!

Hope everyone is doing well and enjoying their week so far. Halfway point tomorrow! Tonight’s post is The Girl Who Sees Stories by Gill Torres.This is a special book, funded by a Kickstarter campaign, and is the story of a girl who can see stories in everyone and everything.

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