A Mind Like Mine is a gorgeously illustrated book is a stigma-busting collection of biographies of some of the great people from history who have lived with mental health conditions.
Mooncat and Me by Lydia Corry ~ #PictureBook #BlogTour ~ @TwoHootsBooks
Pearl is feeling nervous about starting a new school, having recently moved to a strange and empty flat. But then a giant white cat appears at her window
How To Mend a Friend by Karl Newson and Clara Anganuzzi ~ #BlogTour #PictureBook ~ @Karlwheel @CAnganuzzi @StudioBooks
How to Mend a Friend is a particularly special picture book. It is about how we can support our friends when they are going through challenging times, which Karl wrote while he was undergoing chemotherapy.
The Perfect Shelter by Clare Helen Welsh and Åsa Gilland ~ #PictureBook #Review ~ @ClareHelenWelsh @LittleTigerUK
It’s paperback publication day for The Perfect Shelter by Clare Helen Welsh and Åsa Gilland. I heard SO many good things about this book and they were all true! This beautiful book about childhood cancer and the bond between sisters pulls at the heart strings. The story is told in first person through the eyes... Continue Reading →
A Shelter for Sadness by Anne Booth and David Litchfield ~ #PictureBook #Review ~ @Bridgeanne @dc_litchfield @templarbooks
A Shelter for Sadness by Anne Booth and David Litchfield is a remarkable and poignant story about living with sadness
Where Happiness Begins by Eva Eland ~ #PictureBook #Review ~ @EvaEland @AndersenPress
re you looking for happiness? A thought-provoking journey, allowing us to reflect on what happiness really is, and think about what we can and can’t control when it comes to happiness.
Cureadosity Box: The Couch Potato by Jory John & Pete Oswald ~ I Really, Really Need a Wee! by Karl Newson & Duncan Beedie ~ Afraid of the Dark by Sarah Shaffi, Isabel Otter & Lucy Farfort ~ @cureadosity
Cureadosity, a picture book subscription service. I review the service and three January titles: The Couch Potato by Jory John & Pete Oswald; I Really, Really Need a Wee! by Karl Newson & Duncan Beedie; Afraid of the Dark by Lucy Farfort, Isabel Otter & Sarah Shaffi
The Worrying Worries by Rachel Rooney & Zehra Hicks ~ #BlogTour #PictureBook #Review #IllustratorInterview ~ @RooneyRachel @zehrahicks @AndersenPress
It’s my stop on the blog tour for The Worrying Worries by Rachel Rooney and Zehra Hicks, and I’m delighted to be sharing my interview with the book’s illustrator, Zehra!
The Secret of Me by Amy Sparkes and Sandra de la Prada ~ #PictureBook #Review ~ @AmySparkes @sandradelaprada @StudioBooks
The Secret of Me by Amy Sparkes and Sandra de la Prada, a gorgeous rhyming picture book that celebrates the power of imagination. A young child asks a big question: “when I am BIGGER, what will I be?”
The Hug and While We Can’t Hug by Eoin McLaughlin & Polly Dunbar ~ #PictureBook #Review #Pandemic ~ @eoinmclaughlin @PollyDunbar @FaberChildrens
The Hug can be read from front-to-back (from Hedgehog’s point of view) or back-to-front (from Tortoise’s point of view). While We Can't Hug is about showing how we love each other during social distancing in the Covid-19 pandemic
Picture Books on Emotional Wellbeing ~ Arthur Wants a Balloon by @lizbedia & @ErikaDraws ~ Maia and the Very Tall Wall by @stanberybooks & @ShilohPenfield ~ @TriggerPub @schifferkids
Arthur Wants a Balloon is about a child’s experience of living with a parent who is suffering from depression. Maia and the Very Tall Wall is about a child’s own journey of feeling trapped and learning to break down barriers.
Too Much Stuff by Emily Gravett ~ #PictureBook #Review ~ @MacmillanKidsUK #EmilyGravett
Too Much Stuff by Emily Gravett is a wonderful rhyming story about two magpies called Meg and Ash who want to build the perfect nest for their eggs.
Reflecting Realities in Children’s Books ~ 20 Picture Book Recommendations ~ #RepresentationMatters #ReflectingRealities @clpe1 @Booktrust
Representation in children’s books matters. A LOT. Seeing yourself reflected in books encourages a love of reading and learning to see the world from multiple viewpoints increases empathy. Today, I am discussing the highlights of the CLPE’s 2020 Reflecting Realities report as well as showcasing twenty picture books (fiction and non-fiction) that feature Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic main characters.
The Night Bear by Ana & Thiago de Moraes ~ #PictureBook #Review ~ @tibolota @ana_de_moraes @AndersenPress
The Night Bear by Ana & Thiago de Moraes, published by Andersen Press, is a reassuring story that sees all the nightmares gobbled up!