Things You Never Knew About Dinosaurs by Giles Paley-Phillips Illustrated by: Liz Pichon Published: Parragon Books Ltd, 2013 Edition: Hardback (ARC of US edition – UK edition TBP August 2013) Length: 26 pages Genre: Children’s, Picture Book Where Did I Get It? Kindly given to us for review as part of Parragon Books’ #BookBuddies Summary…… Continue reading Things You Never Knew About Dinosaurs – A Children’s Book Review
Goodnight Little One by Margaret Wise Brown Illustrated by: Rebecca Elliott Published: Parragon Books Ltd, 2012 Edition: Paperback Length: 32 pages Genre: Children’s, Picture Book, Bedtime Story Where Did I Get It? Kindly given to us for review as part of Parragon Books’ #BookBuddies Summary (from Goodreads): Little donkey on the hill, standing there so…… Continue reading Goodnight Little One – A Children’s Book Review
Would you believe it? My ‘baby’ is two years old today. Yes, two. Already. I have no idea how this has happened. About five minutes ago he looked like this: And now he’s all: There’s no way of getting round it now, he’s not a baby any longer – he is very definitely a toddler.…… Continue reading Happy Birthday, Arthur Harry!
With Tori starting Pre-School this week and Arthur learning new words every day I am suddenly aware of just how quickly they are growing up and changing. Last September, Trouble and Chaos (as I like to call them) looked like this: And now they look like this: They are virtually adults already. How can this…… Continue reading How They’ve Changed
I was recently asked if I would like to review a product from the Galt range of toys and games. I was allowed to choose anything I liked from their extensive range that cost less than £20 in return for a review on this blog. No other payment was received at any point. I had…… Continue reading While The Cat’s Away… – A Review
The sound principle of a topsy-turvy lifestyle in the framework of an upside-down world order has stood every test. ~ Karl Kraus
“Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.” – Elizabeth Stone