It’s that time again; some more fantastic children’s books for you to share with your little bookworm.
In this month’s round up we have a real selection of different books to appeal to you. A non-fiction fact feast for kids who love to learn (if they exist that is), a musical bear, a whole selection of peculiar creatures, a whizzpopping joke book and a rainbow haired babysitter who is more than just a little bit kooky.
Mind = Blown: Amazing Facts About This Weird, Hilarious, Insane World
Does your child fancy something a little different to a standard reading book? Why not try a non-fiction title for a change? This particular book by Matthew Santaro, a YouTube legend, is a showcase of some of the funniest, most interesting and perhaps weirdest facts from around the world.
If you don’t fancy gifting it to your child, then why not read through it yourself and then impress them with your vast knowledge on the diamond making qualities of peanut butter?
The Bear and the Piano- Preschool
We always look forward to an author debut and this is no different in children’s books. Brand new author-illustrator David Litchfield has arrived during 2016 with his first children’s book; The Bear and the Piano. A story of a bear discovering a strange instrument in the woods that he calls his home and not only learning to play it, but becoming a star in the process. It is not only heart-warming, but showcases how important home is to us all.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children– 9+
There seems to be a whole raft of book/film creations out there at the moment and this particular collection of peculiar children is a rather popular one. A haunting, almost horror story like tale of a group of kids living together in a home with Miss Peregrine. A normal, unassuming boy named Jacob stumbles across the home and finds himself not only amongst some rather interesting characters but may also discover that he isn’t so ordinary after all!
Marge in Charge- 5+
Looking for a funny book that your younger child can enjoy just as much as you? Then why not take a look at Marge in Charge. Cited by David Williams as a funny author; the creator of Marge, actress Isla Fisher has put together a hilarious story about a babysitter who likes to lead the children she takes care of slightly astray.
Roald Dahl: Whizzpopping Joke Book
Tired of hearing the same jokes over and over again? Then why not buy your kids the Whizzpopping Joke Book. Inspired by some of the wacky characters and creatures that feature in his crazy worlds; this is a joke book that will make you laugh time and time again!
So there you have it, a rather varied month of books! With schools starting again and the long summer holidays over and done with, buying one of these fabulous books may be the ideal way to get your child back into reading again.
We recommend new and old classics every month. Read more book recommendations in the September issue out now!