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One of our favourite toy tales - Dogger by Shirley Hughes. Recommended by Storytime magazine ~ STORYTIMEMAGAZINE.COM

One of our favourite toy tales - Dogger by Shirley Hughes. Recommended by Storytime magazine ~ STORYTIMEMAGAZINE.COM

7 Children’s Books Worth Reading as an Adult.      1.Charlotte's Web    2. Eloise   3. A series of Unfortunate Events:The bad beggining.   4. The tale of Peter Rabbit   5. A wrinkle in time   6. Bunnicula   7. The story of Ferdinand

7 Children’s Books Worth Reading as an Adult

7 Children’s Books Worth Reading as an Adult. 1.Charlotte's Web 2. Eloise 3. A series of Unfortunate Events:The bad beggining. 4. The tale of Peter Rabbit 5. A wrinkle in time 6. Bunnicula 7. The story of Ferdinand

When the choice is whether you would rather eat spider stew, slug dumplings, mashed worms or drink snail squash there is quite a decision to be made. Would you choose to have a monkey to tickle, a bear to read to, a cat to box with, a dog to skate with, a pig to ride on or a goat to dance with? or would you rather be lost in the fog, at sea, in a desert, in a forest or in a crowd?

When the choice is whether you would rather eat spider stew, slug dumplings, mashed worms or drink snail squash there is quite a decision to be made. Would you choose to have a monkey to tickle, a bear to read to, a cat to box with, a dog to skate with, a pig to ride on or a goat to dance with? or would you rather be lost in the fog, at sea, in a desert, in a forest or in a crowd?

My mother read this to me when I was a child. She gave me this version to read to my son. Beautiful illustrations.

My mother read this to me when I was a child. She gave me this version to read to my son. Beautiful illustrations.

One World, Many Beliefs: A Family Book for Nonbelievers & Their Children: Kelly Mochel  Educates and explains about Muslim, Buddhist, and Christian beliefs, while also explaining what we as non-believers do and do not believe in. Has a positive tone & is respectful of the 3 religions presented, while explaining the many aspects of atheism well. "Everyone should try to keep an open mind & learn as much as possible & decide for themselves what they think is true."

One World, Many Beliefs: A Family Book for Nonbelievers & Their Children: Kelly Mochel Educates and explains about Muslim, Buddhist, and Christian beliefs, while also explaining what we as non-believers do and do not believe in. Has a positive tone & is respectful of the 3 religions presented, while explaining the many aspects of atheism well. "Everyone should try to keep an open mind & learn as much as possible & decide for themselves what they think is true."

Dogs Don't Do Ballet by Anna Kemp, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1847384749/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_zG2Zrb0EKW9XC

Dogs Don't Do Ballet by Anna Kemp, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1847384749/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_zG2Zrb0EKW9XC

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