Books for March

If you read regularly with your child then you are likely to find that sometimes it can be hard to keep finding books that you want to read. Not only this, but books that your child enjoys too. That is where we are here to help. We look through the newest books coming out, the classics that have already proven to be popular and of course, those activity books that are going to keep them entertained. All to give you, and your little one, the chance to discover the ideal new book to enjoy.

This month is no exception, we have feminist hits, unicorns and even grumpy squirrels. All ready and waiting for you to share.

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

Elena Favilli (Ages 9+)

If you have a girl in your family then chances are that you are going to want to make sure that she feels empowered and inspired to make a success of herself. One great way to do this is with this powerful book. Containing the stories of 100 different and equally heroic women, it ensures that every little girl feels that she is ready to face the world and that she definitely doesn’t need to be rescued by a prince on horseback!

The Usborne Step by Step Drawing Book

(All ages)

Do you have a child who loves nothing more than spending time with a pen or pencil scribbling away? Help them to master their doodles with this great book. It contains easy to follow steps on creating a range of drawings. Allowing them to hone in on their talents and give them a helping hand to become the artist that you know that they can be.

Unicorn Academy- Sophia and Rainbow

Julia Sykes (Ages 5+)

School isn’t always the most fun place to be, but imagine heading to a school where you can get to meet your very own unicorn? We know we would enjoy that! If you love the idea of this magical approach to learning, then it makes sense to try out the Unicorn Academy books. One of the newest ones is Sophie and Rainbow. Two friends that get to go on their first ever adventure after finding something sinister going on at the magical lake.

The Squirrels Who Squabbled

Rachel Bright (Preschool)

We all know that sharing isn’t always easy. Particularly if you are a greedy little squirrel. This rhyming tale tells the story of two squirrels who find out why it is important to share, and just how best to do it. Perfectly illustrated and a whole lot of fun. We love the fact that your little one will learn plenty about friendship, whilst also learning that I want doesn’t always mean that you get.

So, whether you have a little girl who could change the world one day, a budding artist who needs a helping hand or perhaps a little one who finds it more than just a little tricky to share, you are sure to find a book that is going to work out perfectly for you to read together.

By Sam Tydeman

Taken from the March 2018 issue of Geek Parenting, out now!

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