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Book review: ’24 histoires pour attendre Noel’

In French, from 2yo.

One story to read each night before Christmas. 24 short Christmas stories that all children will enjoy. Stories with elves, Santa Claus, a letter for Santa Claus and many presents.

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Book review: ‘The very hungry caterpillar’

From 0yo, bilingual English-Arabic.

One of the most read and famous books of all times. It is a great books to teach your child about food, the days of the week, the concept of day and night.

Bilingual book is great resources to expand the vocabulary in both languages.

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Book review: ‘Noel’

In French, from 2yo.

Beautiful book about Christmas. The story takes you through all the preparations for the big day. The vocabulary sheet is useful as a resource to recap the new words. You will love the illustrations and it is a small format perfect for little readers.

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Book review: ‘Professor Wimp, or a screw, a hammer and the Know-it-all robots’

In Polish, from 6yo.

Professor Wimp is a very busy inventor. He is always welding something, or tightening screws, or greasing hinges and designing ever newer contraptions and robots. However, not all of them turn out to be as useful as he’d planned…

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Book review: ‘Bloc de jeux et coloriages: La reine des neiges’

In French, from 4yo.

Great activity book for Frozen fans. There are stickers, many colouring ins, word puzzles, mazes….

Perfect to keep your little one busy for a while.

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Book review: ‘365 histoires du soir v1’

In French, from 0yo.

Cute short animal stories to read to your little one at bedtime. Each story takes about 2 minutes to read. The illustrations are colourful and playful.

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Book review: ‘Pip et Prune, j’ai oublie mon doudou’

In French, from 0yo.

Prune (Posy) is very excited. She has a sleepover at her friend Pip’s place. She gets ready and off she goes. Pip and Prune have a great time together. They play the whole afternoon then go to bed. However, Prune realises that she forgot her frog. How will she be able to sleep without her favourite toy? Fortunately Pip finds a solution.

Gorgeous small format board book by Axel Scheffler. He also illustrates Julia Donaldson’s stories.

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Book review: ‘Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?’

Bilingual English-Arabic/Vietnamese/Portuguese/Japanese, from 4-8

Can you guess what animal comes on the next page? Is it the blue horse, the purple cat or the yellow fish?

Great book to learn the colours and animals in both English and Arabic.

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Book review: ‘Les couleurs’

In French, from 2yo.

Cute little format, perfect for little hands, beautifully illustrated. Learn the colours while learning animals, food and objects for each colour.

Great to play yellow like a giraffe, like a pineapple, like a duck…

For more information visit http://bit.ly/2h4Bht8