Aurora's Reviews

Charlie Chick Wants to Play
By Ant Parker | Publisher:  Campbell Books

Charlie Chick Wants to Play but he can't find his ball. Can you help him find it? Lift the flaps to see if it's in the pig sty, the kennel, the reeds or the hen house in this delightful book about friendship, farm animals and fun! BUY IT ON AMAZON 

Review: Great little book with adorable illustrations. Aurora just loves lifting the flap at the end. 

A Whole World to Colour In: An Asterix Colouring Book
By Orion
 | Publisher: Orion Children's Books

A brand new colouring book bursting with some of the most beloved scenes and characters from the bestselling and iconic Asterix series. Featuring battles, banquets and of course, Romans, bring the world of Asterix to life with 112 pages of exquisite original line art, ready to colour.  BUY IT ON AMAZON

Review: Great illustrations to colour and made with quality paper. It’s a big book that will keep kids entertained for quite some time. 

 

A Brave Bear 
By Phil Allcock | Publisher: Walker Books 

In this joyful story about children and their parents from the author of Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise and the illustrator of Wild, a daddy bear and a baby bear spend a very special day together. It's as hot as hot can be, and Dad Bear says, "I think a pair of hot bears is probably the hottest thing in the world." So Little Bear suggests that they go to the river to cool down. But what will happen when Little Bear tries to impress his dad by doing a big jump across the rocks? The perfect present for Daddy Bear and Baby Bears alike, all readers will rejoice in the gorgeous characterization, the warmth of the storytelling and the deliciously detailed artwork of illustration star, Emily Hughes. BUY IT ON AMAZON

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Review: This is a beautiful book with beautiful illustrations. Aurora loves looking at the pictures and turning the pages. A really lovely book. Suitable for variety of age groups.

 

Animal Magic Board Book
By Phil Allcock
 | Publisher: Maverick Arts Publishing

A simple rhyming story about an animal that transforms into other animals at the turn of the page. Readers can guess the animal by the rhyme.

Phil Allcock’s nonsense poetry has a lovely lyrical pace, which flows from page to page. The bright and fun illustrations by Gina Maldonado add to the magical quality of the board book. BUY IT ON AMAZON

Review: This magical nonsense rhyme board book is absolutely brilliant. Aurora loves it! Is it a hedgehog, a toad or a worm? Highly recommended!

Clever Babies Love Art
By Lauren Farnsworth
 | Publisher: Buster Books

This beautifully illustrated series of board books is a wonderful way to stimulate babies and teach toddlers their first words.

Featuring bespoke, eye-catching artwork, these hi-contrast black and white book are sure to stimulate and inspire newborn babies. Includes decorative pictures with some coloured details to encourage young ones to develop their focusing skills. BUY IT ON AMAZON

Review: Aurora loved this series of books and wanted to look at them over and over again. The pictures are brilliant and they offer a great way to start learning basic sounds, animal names and numbers. Would highly recommend.

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