Read my latest book review on this iconic pic finding kids book at: http://bookstove.com/children/book-review-of-the-25th-anniversary/ Feel free to comment there your thoughts.
A friend of mine has gone to Cambodia to teach English to year 1to4 children for a term. I plan to send some books to the school that I have collected with reviewing and wondered if any other interested people would like to also donate a children’s book or two as well.I plan to postContinue reading “Books for Cambodian kids”
Jackie French Latest kids book by stlg48, 7 minutes ago | Add a comment | 0 comments Dance of the Deadly Dinosaurs, Jackie French, illustrated by Andrea F. Potts, Published by Harper Collins Australia, RRP $16.99. ISBN. 9780732285425 More »
Children’s Book Review by stlg48, 5 minutes ago | Add a comment | 0 comments If you like dogs you will love this latest picture story book from ABC books. More »
Sophie’s Big Bed. (2009) Tina Burke. Puffin Books, 24 pp. 978 0 14 350312 5 $14.95 Pb. Sophie has a new big bed. She plans to sleep in it at the beginning of the story, but her toys have their fears. Will Bunny get lost in the bed? Will Bear fall out? And what doesContinue reading “Children’s book reviews”
This great book is now ready and it will go to the school soon. For a quick peek…check out this link…https://www.lulu.com/commerce/index.php?fBuyContent=6488585 It is a book full of all sorts of stories and interesting facts.
My first book came about as a result of lots of research as well as the experience my family and I have had with our silkie chooks (chickens). The book was written with children and beginner chook keepers in mind. The book was published in 1997 byt Bellsouth and is still selling.
New children’s anthology launched. 29th August 2008. The launch of the new children’s book, an anthology for 8-14 year olds, “GROW Under the Southern Cross” went well according to co editor Lyn Hurry. “About 50 people attended, and they seemed to enjoy the afternoon…lovely people from the preceding Uniting Church service assisted in our settingContinue reading “GROW Under The Southern Cross”