Talkback: The Warrington in Maida Vale|
On 05/07/2012 in forum
Nice Post. I have been working in the food and catering industry for a long time and loves to read on the latest stuff whenever got time. I ...
Nice Post. I have been working in the food and catering industry for a long time and loves to read on the latest stuff whenever got time. I just came through your blog post and you have nicely outlined about the cupcakes etc. Thanks for writing
Best Picture Books for April|
On 05/04/2012 in Books
Reluctant slumberers, an awesome super hero and the lost rhymes of Dr Seuss are all thrown into the mix in our round-up of rollicking reads for April
to read or sing as you share it together.
Giraffes Can't Dance|
On 14/06/2011 in Children's Book Awards
Giraffes Can't Dance, or can they? Read why this book was highly commended in our Best Classic Book category
can’t dance? Well, everyone at first, but for Gerald, it’s simply a case of finding the right music and his own individual style. Penned by well-versed poet, Giles Andreae, Giraffes Can’t Dance is a joyful read about an outsider who finds acceptance
Talkback: It's the end for CPH Kids childrenswear tradeshow|
On 30/11/2012 in forum
These christian louboutin uk are fantastic a little on the big size, i read the reviews before i bought them and it said they were on the bi...
These christian louboutin uk are fantastic a little on the big size, i read the reviews before i bought them and it said they were on the big size so i bought a 4 instead of a 5 which i normally am and they are perfect. they go with everything
Eco-conscious children's books|
On 09/03/2012 in Books
Go green with Junior's favourite environmental reads
My Green Day, by Melanie Walsh (Walker, £10.99) Ages 3+An optimistic and encouraging picture book with simple and sunny illustrations that compliment the sage advice contained within. Children of all ages can benefit from Walsh's ten suggested activities for green living and the ...
Five great books about grandparents|
On 14/05/2012 in Books
Have a grand old time with these heritage reads
The Frank Show by David Mackintosh (£6.99, HarperCollins)A warm and witty story about a little boy who accidentally discovers just how cool his Grandad Frank really is. Sketchy pencil-drawn illustrations perfectly match Mackintosh's charmingly erratic storyline and the message - ...
Term time abroad |
On 01/08/2011 in Tips & advice
Believe that holidays can be educational for children? Read on...
Ever felt guilty taking your child
out of school for a week overseas? Or even worse – been fined by
your child’s school? Well, soon the law could be on your side, as travel website Take The Family has launched a campaign to make ten days off during term time a legal right. Curr...
Five stylish children's books about fashion|
On 03/05/2012 in Books
Feed your child's love of design with these great reads.
Clara Button and the Magical Hat Day by Amy de la Haye & Emily Sutton (V&A Publishing, £5.99)After her mischievous older brother Ollie destroys her favourite hat, will Clara Button be able to find a new one she loves just as much? Clara’s quest takes her to some of London’s most ...
Fun summer children's books|
On 04/04/2012 in Books
The holidays are here, and thanks to these great books, there's no excuse to stop reading
At The Seaside by Germano Zullo and Albertine (Tate Publishing, £9.99) 2+You don't need you bucket and spade to take part in the the seaside fun and games that fill this beautifully illustrated book. Simply follow the characters through the pages, in a manner reminiscent of Where...
Blooming great children’s gardening books|
On 11/04/2012 in Books
Inspire a budding gardener with these green-fingered reads
Gardening With Kids by Martyn Cox and Catherine Woram (Ryland, Peters & Small, £14.99)A perfect start to inspire young gardeners, this informative book contains step-by-step instructions on simple growing projects, appealingly illustrated with large, colourful photographs. As wel...