Junior's Top 100 Children's Books 21-30|
On 20/10/2011 in Books
The best children's books in the world, voted by Junior readers
21. Owl Babies by Martin Waddell and Patrick Benson (Walker, £4.99)Sarah, Percy and Bill wake up one night to find their mother isn’t there. Their loneliness makes them anxious and the fluffy white owls begin to fret, but are overcome with relief
Harry Potter and Wimpy Kid amongst children’s top 10 books|
On 08/02/2013 in Books
Schoolchildren vote in their favourite reads for National Libraries Day
Kinney3. Roderick Hunt4. Francesca Simon5. Suzanne Collins6. J.K Rowling7. Michael Morpurgo8. Allan Ahlberg9. Martin Waddell10. Julia DonaldsonRead more...Junior's top 100 children's books of all timeExclusive interview: Jeff Kinney
The Top 100 Children's Books|
On 20/04/2010 in Books
So here they are! The best books for children of all time, voted by you.
Martin Waddell and Patrick Benson Walker, £4.99 (first published 1992) Sarah, Percy and Bill wake up one night to find their mother isn’t there. Their loneliness makes them anxious and the fluffy white owls begin to fret, but are overcome with relief
The cutest books about owls|
On 11/04/2012 in Books
Wide-eyed and wondering, owls are among the most winsome of picture book characters. We round up a trio of cuties your child will love
A Bit Lost by Chris Haughton (Walker, £6.99). Age 2+When a sleepy owlet falls out of his nest, an enthusiastic squirrel helps him to find his mother again. Told with a muted colour palette of dusky pinks, yellows and blues , this humorous tale explores what it feels like to be lo...