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My Family / 29.07.2018

A post by Emma Russell When Things Seem To Go Too Well So… this is what I know about children- they are not tiny humans. They are far more complicated creatures! My 5 years as a parent has taught me what my 12 years as a registered nurse and 4 years in adult education could not. When our eldest was a baby and a toddler I would devour endless books with her. She would look wide eyed and stab a finger excitedly at the pages. She delighted in story time...

Read Aloud Together, Reading, Reviews / 28.07.2018

Books to share: This is a collection of books that both adults and children can enjoy together.  Some of them contain humour on different levels giving something that both adults and children can engage with. Other books here are a joy when they are read aloud and build up a great collaborative reading experience between you and your little one.   This post contains affiliate links.   Books to share No.10: Oi Frog! by Kes Gray and Jim Field     This book has great fun with rhyme and ensures that you do too. It is...