Frank and Bert is a gorgeous and playful book about friendship, hide and seek and playing fair.Read More »
Category: Picture Book Review
Review: Piano Fingers
Piano Fingers is a melodic book by brilliant author/illustrator extraordinaire Caroline Magerl. It’s a story about two sisters and creating music.Read More »
How much do you know about tractoring? Do you have a little one obsessed with everything farming? Then this is the book for them! Sally Sutton is a master of informative easy to read books and her latest book Tractor is no exception.
This book is all about farming and every page takes us through different things a tractor can do.Read More »
Review: Zoo School
We all know that going to school can feel like entering a jungle, and sometimes it feels like it could be full of wild animals. Well, imagine if you went to school and it WAS full of wild animals! This is exactly what happens in Heath McKenzie’s book Zoo School.Read More »
Review: How to Make A Bird
How to Make a Bird is an award-winning book that is genuinely stunning, poetic and everything beautiful. Mostly, it is a story for creators.Read More »
Review: The Wild Guide To Starting School
The dynamic duo of Laura and Philip Bunting are back with this wonderful new book that has perfect timing for coming back to school. This fun creative guide to going back to school will prepare even the most reluctant students for heading back to the classroom!Read More »
Review: Trick Number Two
Trick Number Two is a new book from popular creators Nick Bland and Stephen Michael King (their second team up I believe! The first being The Magnificent Tree), and is a magical story about about three little (adorable) wizards who just want to learn magic, but will have to learn some patience first.Read More »
Review: Happy Hoppy Home
Happy Hoppy Home is an adorable story about a family of rabbits who go on a journey to find the right place to live, and who discover what home means along the way.
Papa Hare and his four children all live together in a cramped little burrow. There is no room for the bunny children (Dot, Pip and Pap, and Baby Cottontail) to play and dance and rest. So Papa Hare comes up with a brilliant plan – they will move to a bigger burrow! They dig up and down and sideways, but they can’t find anything that is big enough for them. Until finally, they find somewhere that seems just perfect, but does it really suit them?
Happy Hoppy Home is a gorgeous humbling book about home and family. It is easy to read and the illustrations are so sweet, I particularly like the different characters and how every page feels like you’re peeking into a burrow itself. The bunny illustrations are adorable and have so much character. A straightforward story, that is told with enough charm to be very enjoyable, and features an important lesson that all kids and adults need to remember – home is wherever your family are.
To grab a copy of this burrowy book, click here!
Title: Happy Hoppy Home
Author/Illustrator: Tull Suwannakit
Review: Fearless With Dad
Fearless with Dad is a story that features all the things we get up to with our dads!Read More »
Review: My First Book of Aussie Animals
My First Book of Aussie Animals is a beautifully designed lift-the-flap board book that features a search for a range of Australian animals.Read More »