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A Review of Julia Donaldson's and Helen Oxenbury's 'The Giant Jumperee'.

Blurb from Penguin Random House


Two of the world’s most celebrated picture book creators, Julia Donaldson and Helen Oxenbury, team up for the first time in this jaunty animal fable for fans of Room on the Broom and We’re Going on a Bear Hunt… 313 more words

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Jennifer Sutherland, co-founder of Scamp Theatre, tells us about her new company Freckle Productions

Jennifer Sutherland is co-founder of the multi-award winning Scamp Theatre, who are best-known for their highly successful and hugely popular adaptations of children’s literature. The newly-launched… 810 more words

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Books | Zog and the Flying Doctors 

Today it’s time for another look at a book from our pocketnannies bookshelf. We’re big fans of Julia Donaldson and we’ve lost count of the amount of times we’ve read her books. 226 more words


Review: The Giant Jumperee by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury.

My 5* Review:

I’m not sure that there is a parent or child in the world that doesn’t love at least one Julia Donaldson book. I have six year old twins and her books are often read at bedtime in my house, The Highway Rat being the favourite. 835 more words

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My favourite books

I love reading and do it every day ( thanks to my school 👍) . I have to admit one of my favourite books is The Gruffalo, by Julia Donaldson. 108 more words

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Finally, the much awaited day, when Pari is done with her annual exams is here. Annual exams for a five-year-old shouldn’t mean too much, but given that she had a painful spell of illness just before the exams, the past month has been tough on her. 1,215 more words


“Spinderella” a counting book by Julia Donaldson

“Spinderella” is a story about a young spider called “Spinderella” who lives in a school with her family. Spinderella is passionate about football. Spinderella wants to count so she can know how many flies they are eating and more importantly so she can count football goals! 145 more words