Today is the final day of BookTrust’s Children’s Book Week (October 31st to November 4th, 2016).
The Mini Malpi have looked at their own spooky recommendations, heard about some new releases from Lindum Books’s Gill Hart, taken a look at some picture books with Waterstone’s Deborah Holland and found even more reasons to celebrate with the Mr Men’s 45th anniversary.
But if you’ve already read through all of them and simply need a new tale of adventure to spark your mini one’s imagination then why not help them create their own?
One of Luke’s favourite activities in recent weeks has been creating books with daddy. As a preschooler, it’s all about the use of stickers, stamping and felt tip pen and crayon illustrations and they’re not the most sophisticated, bound by use of hole punch and wool, but they’ve provided much entertainment in their initial creation as well as through the imaginative tales that have been conjured up when daddy and mummy have been asked to read them back to Luke.
What have you been reading this #ChildrensBookWeek?