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Bookswithbaby
A blog about bedtime stories. Written by , with help from Baby Bookworm, 3, and his new brother.
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Bookswithbaby Aug 2
Classic children’s books with big birthdays in 2020
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Bookswithbaby Jul 30
WIN! We all need a good laugh right now so do yourself a favour and enter our competition over on Instagram. We have this pair of funnybone ticklers to give away! Closes Sat 1 Aug 2020 at 9am.
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Bookswithbaby Jul 29
What we’re reading: Spaghetti Hunters and Brenda is a Sheep by Morag Hood
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Bookswithbaby Jul 22
25 picture books for children with BAME main characters
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Bookswithbaby Jul 22
25 picture books for children with BAME main characters
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Bookswithbaby Jul 18
A bedtime story in person after six months apart. ❤️ Virtual storytime with Nannie kept us going during lockdown but there’s nothing quite like cuddling up on the bed together with a book. Tonight’s choice was an all…
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Filza Jul 16
It’s my stop on the blog tour, hooray! Head over to my blog and read my interview with where we discuss his debut and more.
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Imagination Library Jul 16
Reading with children has a massive impact on their development & it's never too early to start ! Our website has helpful reading tips & activities for preschool children & all 10 Goodnight with Dolly videos to enjoy - no matter your age!
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Alex Lloyd Jul 16
How has Covid19 and the changes to life during the pandemic affected your confidence? I'm working on a piece about this topic and need people to fill in a short, anonymous survey created by . Pls complete and share:
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Waterstones Jul 8
. returns to today to take us all up into space to Meet The Planets, illustrated by Bethan Wollvin : (will Pluto make the cut this time?)
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Bookswithbaby Jul 15
Replying to @NickSharratt1
Absolutely will do! My son is about to turn 4 so he has one made by my mum, just to get him used to us wearing them on the nursery drop offs.
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Bookswithbaby Jul 15
Haha, thank you! It felt very in keeping. I tried styling it with some goggles but that was a step too far. Will let you know how our French progresses...
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Jim Field Jul 15
Here’s a very lovely review of Monsieur Roscoe and some great photos of the interior pages too.
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Bookswithbaby Jul 15
Replying to @NickSharratt1
These are wonderful! We’d love to share them on our blog.
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Bookswithbaby Jul 15
Replying to @_JimField
And you can pretend to be on holiday despite the lockdown with our free downloadable postcard activity, designed by ! There's a colouring in sheet too. Everything you need here:
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Bookswithbaby Jul 15
Bonjour! We are feeling fabulously French today thanks to 's new bilingual picture book Monsieur Roscoe on Holiday. We love the retro, Richard Scarry-esque artwork and language learning-by-stealth. Bravo Jim!
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Jo Clarke Jul 14
Today on the blog I'm delighted to go on holiday with Monsieur Roscoe in this engaging and entertaining bilingual picture book from
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@AssetReadingAdvocate Jul 12
Monsieur Roscoe On Holiday by is the perfect book for learning French vocabulary! Delightful illustrations and a charming dog make it more than just a vocabulary lesson, but an insight into French life!
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Alex Lloyd Jul 13
Replying to @PregnantScrewed
If we don't fight back, this sets a frightening precedent. The Chancellor said SEISS averaging calculations were designed to level out trading profits so you didn't lose out due to a "bad year" like "maternity leave". Thanks to Joeli & the team for taking this on
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Alex Lloyd Jul 13
Today officially launch legal action against the Treasury for sex discrimination because self-employed mums like me receive less govt £ support if we took maternity leave between April 2016-March 2019. We are hard-working taxpayers being penalised for our gender
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