It took fifteen years. This week, I gave back the badge that told people, 'I was once Visitor 55.'
A nature poem for every day of the year.
I threw out the old board books with their torn-off flaps and chewed corners...
Gorgeous illustrated, wordless children's book.
'I need another book now,' said my son, 'to read until my throat is OK.'
I grew up with her!
Reading with your child in school can show you a very different reader.
A series of wildlife books (and radio series) written and presented by the Rev. George Bramwell Evens (1884–1943).
With short stories, is it OK if nothing happens?
I'd rather yank out my own stitches than miss a chance to read with children, but I also need to belong.
After days of trekking, paddling and swimming, when it was too dark to read and I was almost too tired to speak, I got the kids to flex their imaginations.
I couldn't love you more.
Free imaginary sheep.
What are your three favourite books for children aged 4-11?
The story with no name that I promised my son.