Books to Cuddle Up With
Find a quiet five minutes this school holiday to snuggle up on the sofa with our selection of new wintry books for younger readers…
Books to cuddle up with…
Find a quiet five minutes this school holiday to snuggle up on the sofa with our selection of new wintry books for younger readers …
by Mick Inkpen £10.99 (hardback). Another classic from Kipper as he takes photos and records all the fun he and Tiger have throughout the year… including the snowballs in February! A great way to introduce seasons and months to young readers. Ages 2-6
by Lauren Child £14.99 (hardback). Another brilliant Charlie and Lola story about Lola's ‘favourite and best’ snowy weather, and her realization that having snow every day might not be as exciting and lovely as she imagines. Then there is a double-sided play scene to decorate with lots of reusuable stickers; snowflake stencils; silver glitter to decorate everything and a 'Dress-up for a Snowy Day Game' with spinner. Ages 3-7
by Diana Hendry, illustrated by Jane Chapman £5.99 (paperback). It’s the night before Christmas and Big Mouse and Little Mouse are putting up the decorations. Little Mouse scampers out to search for holly but finds big white flakes are falling from the sky. Even if we don’t have a white Christmas, younger children will love to see little Mouse discovering the delights of catching snowflakes, making paw prints and cuddling up by the fire to dry off... Ages 3-7
by Gilian Lobel, illustrated by Tim Warnes £10.99 (hardback). When little Honey Bear can’t sleep one night, he and his friends discover a shining silver moonpath and set off to have tea with the moon. Young readers will love the adventure and adore the glittery scenes on each page. Ages 3-7
by Mandy Archer and Jenny Arthur £3.99 (hardback). Bertram is a (not so) Scary Christmas Monster who dreams of snowy days and fantastic festive feasts all year long. This book is the perfect size for a stocking, won’t take long to read and has a great pop up at the end. Ages 3-7.
Ed by Robert Sabuda. Robert Sabuda’s inspired interpretation of the traditional festive song will leave readers spellbound. This 3D book has 12 glorious spreads, one for each day of Christmas. A very festive read!
by Klaus Baumgart £4.99 (paperback). Laura can’t wait to go away for Christmas but her little brother, Tommy, is worried that Santa won’t be able to find them in their holiday cottage. Rather than waiting for Santa to find them, they set out to look for Santa and readers follow the shiny star which leads them on every page. Ages 5-8
- Peace at Last: Get into the festive spirit! The Supernanny website finds the best ways to keep everyone entertained this Christmas.