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Reader, mummy (Kim), blogger. BookBairn blog explores my wee BookBairn's journey into reading, stories and books. We review what we read and what you recommend.
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BookBairn May 23
Replying to @MsSBurns
I use Later - it’s ok - I find it easier to upload the photos on the app and then use the desktop to schedule. There’s a limit to how many you can do a month though unless you upgrade. I’m trying it out this month to see if it helps me cut down!
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Bec May 23
I've linked up with hosted by and with my latest children's book review
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BookBairn May 23
Thank you so much for all your support on my previous post about the pressures of bookstagram and keeping on top of my review pile whilst also doing the books justice! One of the funny things that happens is…
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BookBairn May 23
You are probably quite familiar with this series already! We certainly have Ten Little Dinosaurs already and have borrowed others in the series numerous times - Ten Little Princesses being BookBairn's favourite. And…
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BookBairn May 23
Sharing this lovely story for readers on ⁦
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BookBairn May 23
Supporting Children's Learning with STEAM Books
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BookBairn May 22
Let’s just talk a little bit about the pressure of being a bookstagrammer... Here are some numbers for you... 211 books received for review (some at my request, most not) 20-30 mins preparation for each post -…
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BookBairn May 21
Every so often I come across a book that tells a story that as a grown-up had a message that resonated with me. ⠀ ⠀ This is a wordless picture book which solely through the illustrations tells the story of a little…
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BookBairn May 20
As it’s I wanted to share a book which celebrates our wonderful world! Raising children to see and seek their potential and to appreciate our planet is so important to me. And this book which celebrates…
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BookBairn May 20
It's hard to imagine a book that captures the beauty of nature better than the wonderful images created through the collages of Her artwork is just sensational. With beautiful intricacy as well as…
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BookBairn May 20
It's better late than never to share a book right? Well this is such a lovely story that I don't think it matters that Spring is slowly turning into Summer and in this book there is still a little snow on the ground.…
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BookBairn May 20
We love The Questioneers series of books, and I was super excited last year to learn that when BookBairn outgrows the picture books (or even if she still enjoys them but we want something more lengthy to read-aloud),…
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BookBairn May 20
As you know we live very very close to the Seaside. (Book when I forgot to pack this book in our beach bag last time we went!) So we love books that are set on the shore. And this one is a delight…
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BookBairn May 20
If you have a toddler and you haven't yet discovered the wonderful 'Busy' series by then get yourself straight down to your 'Busy Bookshop' (yes one of their titles!) and pick up a few copies! They…
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BookBairn May 20
There is one thing everyone should know about the sea: being a squid isn't easy. Stefano finds it very difficult indeed. The 'Deep Sea TV' team are producing a show in Stefano's reef and Stefano watches on as all the…
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BookBairn May 20
These really are great 'little explorer' books with lots of facts, life-the-flaps and fun illustrations and with so many titles there's a perfect book for everyone. These two new titles are great additions! In 'When…
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BookBairn May 20
In my years of teaching I've noticed that lots of children are fascinated by buildings but I don't see too many books on the subject that are as stylish and informative as this one. ⠀ Igloos, skyscrapers,…
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BookBairn May 20
You know how this story goes already don't you? The fearless knight heads into the deep dark cave, sword aloft ready to slay the dragon... but wait... the dragon has left a note saying he has gone away on holiday?…
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BookBairn May 20
*now in paperback*⠀ In this delightful story the bees have buzzed off and it's up to the other minibeasts to get them back as without them who is there to pollinate the fruit and flowers? Littered with…
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BookBairn May 20
I think one of the things that we really want to teach our kids is that they are completely unique and that they can dance to the beat of their own drums, keep singing their own songs, be themselves! And that they…
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