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Download a free Where’s Baby Elephant? poster!

Adorn your walls with a beautiful Where’s Baby Elephant? poster! Buy Where’s Baby Elephant? Download a free poster with gorgeous artwork from Where’s Baby Elephant? from Ali Khodai! There’s an elephant and her calf hiding somewhere in this book – can you find them? Featuring cute, ingeniously linked illustrations by Ali Khodai, there’s a new surprise on every page. It’s perfect for introducing young children to books and learning about the animal kingdom. Download your…

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How Under the Great Plum Tree came to be – Sufiya Ahmed

What inspired Under the Great Plum Tree? Buy Under the Great Plum Tree Author Sufiya Ahmed tells us how Under the Great Plum Tree was born! She has written a wonderful blog for the School Library Association as part of their Varied Voices series. Sufiya tells us what inspired her to write about a kind, golden hearted monkey and a lonely, old crocodile! Read what she had to say below!   ‘How do you feel about…

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Where’s Baby Elephant? is out now!

Buy Where’s Baby Elephant? Happy book birthday to Where’s Baby Elephant?, out today! Pore over Tiny Owl’s very first interactive book, where young children will love unfolding the flaps to reveal the adorable animals and their young! There’s an elephant and her calf hiding somewhere in this book – can you find them? Featuring cute, ingeniously linked illustrations by Ali Khodai, there’s a new surprise on every page. It’s perfect for introducing young children to…

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Under the Great Plum Tree is a simple tale that captivates the reader!

Reading is about taking yourself and others on a journey! Buy Under the Great Plum Tree A teacher based in the north east of England has written this wonderful review of Under the Great Plum Tree on The Great British Bookworm! Read it below!   Reading is about taking yourself and others on a journey to places that must be explored.  This means that the voices that a reader encounters need to reflect themselves and introduce…

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It’s hard not to judge a picture book by its cover! – BookBairn

Children consume the pictures in books first! Buy Bloom  Check out what BookBairn has to say about not judging a book like Bloom by its cover… View this post on Instagram We’ve been sent some truly wonderful book of late! They say not to judge a book by its cover but let’s be honest I do that all the time. Because picture books are as much about the pictures as they are about the story…

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