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Day 201: Review - Is that my cat?

T was being immensely fussy tonight so I picked out Is that my cat?, by Jonathan Allen, for tonight’s bedtime story.

The narrator of tonight’s story doesn’t recognise the cat that is hanging around his house. 141 more words

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Day 200: Review - Olive Marshmallow

For tonight’s bedtime story, T picked out a new book from his library pile – Olive Marshmallow by Katie Saunders.

The book tells the story of Archie, a young boy who lives in a big house with mum and dad. 189 more words

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Big Hero 6 - Why this movie speaks to me!

Am I the only one?

Big Hero 6, the 2014 3D computer animated hit is one that somehow everyone can relate to. From the astounding computer graphic effects of the microbots, to each character’s unique personalities blending in well with one another. 183 more words

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Day 199: Review - How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth

Michelle Robinson was the guest at our most recent #ukpbchat (first Thursday of the month on Twitter 😉) so I picked tonight’s read out on our most recent library visit – How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth by Michelle Robinson and Kate Hindley! 136 more words

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Stess and how to not let it get on top of you

There are many situations that are stressful. Many of which are classed as life events that everyone should go through, this doesn’t make it easy or on any way better. 413 more words

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Day 198: Review - The Lost Words

People are told not to judge a book by its cover, but I had done just that with tonight’s choice. The Lost Words, by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris, is a stunning looking book that I have been looking forward to reading with T for ages! 298 more words

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Day 197: Review - Spider!

With spider season reaching its peak (things will really kick off once we get a bit of rain and they all head indoors), T picked out Spider! 291 more words

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