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Babyology Sunday Arts
Open this little book for a fun little lesson about colours and size. Read More »
My seven-year-old son came home from school recently to report that they were learning about ‘inference’ and to do so, they were reading books without words. Before he knew it, I was loading him down with some of my favourite wordless books, including a wonderful new release about a little girl’s elaborate journey. Read More »
As the year draws to a close, some four-year-olds are already thinking about 2014. Some will be excited about what the new year brings and others might be a little apprehensive. Because for lots of kids, 2014 is the year they start school. Read More »
My seven-year-old son is completely enthralled by Andy Griffith’s series of stories about a treehouse and it’s not difficult to see why. What began as a thirteen-storey treehouse, is now a infinitely growing structure boasting a see-though swimming pool, a mud-fighting arena, an ice-cream parlour with seventy-eight flavours run by an ice-cream serving robot called Edward Scooperhands, an active volcano and a baby dinosaur petting zoo. It reminds me a little of the ‘houses’ I used to design as a kid – they always had a pool, a cinema and a roller-skating rink complete with flashing dance floor (it was the seventies!), combined with the whimsy of Enid Blyton’s ever-changing worlds in The Magic Faraway Tree. Read More »