Uncategorized

The Art Garden

The Art Garden

By Penny Harrision and Penelope Pratley

published By EK Books

Sadie wants to be a painter, just like her best friend, Tom. She loves playing with colour and finding shapes in unlikely places. But whenever Sadie picks up a paintbrush she makes a big mess. So instead, she spends her time working in the garden or playing with Tom. But, one day, Sadie gets a look at things from a different perspective — and makes a big discovery about herself and her own creativity. The Art Garden is a whimsical story about friendship and finding our creative flair. It encourages children to explore different ways of expressing themselves and celebrates the importance of individuality and self-acceptance.

Phillip Aged 5 Olivia Aged 3

Olivia loved the  bright illustrations, as she loves to draw and paint its fun to get messy.

Phillip liked that you don’t have to be good at painting to be creative, I like building Lego and that’s using my imagination.

He liked that they were outside, and that she used dirt to grow her picture.

Jnr Book worms book review

A beautiful story about friendship, creativity and individuality. in a very easy to read book it shows that finding the path that is true to oneself is a matter of perspective.

wonderful vibrant illustrations engage readers to discover different ways of expressing themselves.

A truly magical book to share and  engage with children 3-8 some wonderful discussions were created on what being creative means.

 

Advertisements
Uncategorized

The Magic Mail Fairy

The Magic Mail Fairy

By Sonia Audoly

Illustrated By Francesca Quatraro

Published By Little steps Publishing

Nina loves to visit her aunts, because they have a very magical friend. The Magic Mail Fairy! When Nina goes to stay with her aunts for an especially long visit, she discovers the joys of receiving and writing letters with the help of her aunts and her new magical pen pal.

Phillip Aged 5

Phillip thought the book was wonderful and asked about receiving letters as he has only received parcels.

He thought she was lucky to receive letters each night from the Fairy.

He looks forward to writing his own letters

 

 

Jnr book worms book review

This is such a beautiful book. the illustrations capture the story perfectly and inspire the reader to put Pen to paper and chase the dream of the Magic Mail Fairy.

A wonderful tool to encourage children to discover the pleasure of writing and receiving mail not on a device.

With the included Kraft materials to make tour own special letters a sure way to start some beautiful correspondence with friends and loved ones