I threw out the old board books with their torn-off flaps and chewed corners...
Where, in children's literature, do we reward simple, enduring decency with a prize that children might actually want?
Gorgeous illustrated, wordless children's book.
'I need another book now,' said my son, 'to read until my throat is OK.'
A couple of lovely craft books for kids.
Books, books, books, books, books (and ice-cream).
Sweet book -- think Narnia for younger kids. Fantastic for seven-year-olds, and mums.
There's only one way to find out whether a book will be read and enjoyed, or not.
The Lost Words, a "modern spell book" about wildlife, written by Robert Macfarlane and illustrated by Jackie Morris.
'Come here, look! Look!'