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I Am Cow Hear Me Moo!

I Am Cow Hear Me Moo Jill esbaum 2 I Am Cow Hear Me Moo!

I’m never going to listen to Helen Reddy’s anthem to woman-power in the same way again. Read More »

A Baby For Loving

a baby for loving libby hathorn 1 A Baby For Loving

My first two children are just fourteen months apart – the eldest  probably has no memory of a time when his brother wasn’t there. The gap between my second and third children is almost two years and I recall someone saying to my son “Aren’t you lucky to have a new baby?!” and his gruff reply – “NO!” But really, the news of a new sibling is all in the pitch, right? Read More »

The Pigeon Needs a Bath!

The Pigeon Needs a Bath Mo Willems 1 The Pigeon Needs a Bath!

When it comes to bathtime, I reckon kids fall into one of two categories – either love it or hate it. My kids are in the ‘love it’ group and could happily while away hours turning ‘pruney’ in the bath. I know other kids who run shrieking as soon as they hear the water running and all hell breaks loose if it’s a hair-washing night. Read More »

Shh! We Have a Plan

Shh we have a plan chris haughton 1 Shh! We Have a Plan

I was thrilled when I discovered Chris Haughton’s first book, A Bit Lost. It was (and still is) the perfect blend of drama and laughs. Haughton’s illustrations also stood out from the bunch – original, expressive and with a restricted use of colour that is exceptionally clever. Read More »

A Bird in the Hand: a Bob Graham Retrospective

Bob Graham 1 A Bird in the Hand: a Bob Graham Retrospective

You’d be hard-pressed to find a library that doesn’t include the work of Bob Graham. His stories are charming and his illustrations have a gentleness that is instantly recognisable. Read More »

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