Book Review: Big Splash Circus by Karina Choudhrie

The Wandering Mother Blog | The Big Splash Circus Book Review

There’s no surprise – we love reading a new book. My children’s school teacher may argue otherwise as I never seem to read the school books with the kiddos (I do, but it’s sporadic) but they love getting a brand new book to read. The kids have a good collection but there’s always room for […]

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Axel Scheffler illustrates Coronavirus explanation book for kids (free download)

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | London Family and Lifestyle Blogger

*This article was extracted from: Sky News* A free children’s book about the coronavirus illustrated by the award-winning Gruffalo artist Axel Scheffler has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times. Coronavirus: A Book for Children is aimed at five to nine-year-olds and hopes to simply answer key questions they may be asking their parents or carers […]

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Review: The Magic Chair | The Search for Santa Personalised Book

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Magic Chair: The Search For Santa Book Review

With Christmas being just under seven weeks away, now is the time to start making those presents lists, budgeting for the food, gifts and booze (if you drink)… oh and of course the family gatherings and work do’s. Luckily for our little family of four, Daddy P and I don’t drink so we will be […]

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Mog’s Christmas Calamity Is A Brilliant Read!

The Greenwich Mummy | Mogs Christmas Calamity Review

This is the new advert from Sainsbury’s. It’s a short film adaptation of the children’s book, Mog’s Christmas Calamity by Judith Kerr which is out now in most stores – we picked up ours in a Sainsbury’s Local. I hadn’t seen the advert for the book before today (I purchased the book last night) and can say […]

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Teach Your Child Another Language With Bi-Lingual Books

Okay, so I’m Vietnamese and Daddy’s Congolese (French-speaking) means that LO is a little multi-lingual machine. He’s mastered baby-English and fully understands Vietnamese but can’t speak it yet, and can grasp a few phrases in French and when I ask him “ça va, Kaleb?”, to which he replies “oui, maman” – so adorable! 🙂 That’s when I […]

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