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Do you work in early years? Don’t miss the National Literacy Trust’s 13th Talk To Your Baby conference: London 13 March 2017. Find out more and book your place.
Packed with bright pictures and large text, this book will help children with word recognition and encourage talking and naming. A chunky book with hard-wearing pages perfect for little hands.
Another one of our read-aloud favourite, this clever, thrilling and very funny book tells the story of a little girl who gets lost on the beach, from ‘her’ dog’s point of view.
See how long it takes to spot wandering Wally on his quest in this title from the Where’s Wally? series.
Everyone in Fairyland is preparing for the Fairy Olympics, but how can they stop Jack Frost from cheating with his stolen magic items? Popular, formulaic fiction aimed at newly confident readers.
Whether you’d like to know if rabbits fart or computers will ever be cleverer than people, this is a great choice for anyone who likes fascinating scientific questions to be answered in a brain-friendly way!
Is your child always making you laugh? Enter their hilarious jokes into the BBC Red Nose Day Comedy Classroom competition and they could be performed live on Blue Peter. Find out more
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