Books, books, books, books, books (and ice-cream).
Sweet book -- think Narnia for younger kids. Fantastic for seven-year-olds, and mums.
Little life goals.
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!'
With short stories, is it OK if nothing happens?
Let Mum and Dad dish out the expensive gear?
What are the best non-fiction books for children aged 3-12y? Did you have a reference book that you loved as much as a novel?