Enter our Easter giveaway for the chance to win one of 16 brilliant books. These titles are great for introducing your child to the excitement of the spring season.
My Little Box of Springtime Stories
This adorable carry case includes five fun springtime stories. Join in the festivities with curious bunnies, fluffy ducklings and a mysterious egg. The set Includes: Fred and the Little Egg, Babbity's Big Bad Mood, Rosie's Special Surprise, A Duck So Small and Dora's Chicks.
We have three copies to give away, courtesy of Little Tiger Press.
Count with Maisy, Cheep, Cheep, Cheep!
By Lucy Cousins
Count from one to ten in this farm-themed lift-the-flap book from the multi-award-winning creator of Maisy. It's bedtime but where have all of Mummy Hen's chicks gone? Maisy goes in search for them, and you can help too! Lift the flaps along the way to see who's in the stable, in the tractor, or up in the apple tree. Cluck, cluck, cheep, cheep – find all ten chicks and make sure that they get home safely! It's more fun with Maisy! Visit her amazing website – www.maisyfun.com – for activities, newsletters, games and more.
We have five copies to give away, courtesy of Walker Books.
Fingerprint activities: Animals
By Fiona Watt, illustrated by Erica Harrison
This book, with its own brightly coloured inkpad of seven colours, is bursting with ideas for fingerprinting animals from hedgehogs to crocodiles and koala bears. Each page has step by step instructions, pictures to complete and lots of space for fingerprinting. With a spiral binding so the book lies flat, children can create delightful pictures wherever they are.
We have five copies to give away, courtesy of Usborne.
Mr Hare’s Big Secret
By Hannah Dale
Mr Hare has a secret: there are big, juicy cherries at the top of the tree, but he needs his friends’ help to get them down. One by one, he tricks each friend into dancing with him under the tree, until all the cherries fall to the ground and the forest friends have a great feast. Accumulation, sound words, repetition and pure entertainment make this the perfect read-aloud book for adults and children to share.
We have three copies to give away, courtesy of words & pictures
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