So, I think this is going to be my last roundup post. From now on I’m going to go back to full book reviews of the books that I think are
The title of this book says is all. The Real Play Revolution: Why We Need to Be Silly with Our Kids – and How to Do It. Ash Perrin has created a book which reminds parents 0f the importance of play. In an age where technology reins, it’s refreshing to find a book which not only reminds us of how important it is to simply play, but also gives us practical suggestions as to HOW to do that.
I am ridiculously late on this months reading round up, mainly because I wasn’t sure whether these posts were of interest to people so I wasn’t sure whether to continue with them. However, this blog is my little space and I like keeping track of what I’ve read and record my thoughts on them. After all, who else has ever read a book and come back to it a year later because you really can’t remember much about it. These… Keep Reading
When you realise it’s almost the middle of June and you’ve still not published your May book round up! I am blaming the fact that the past two weeks have contained far too much sickness from two tiny humans than I care to mention. Moving on though, May was a pretty
GIVEAWAY – I was send two copies of Closer Than You Think for the purposes of this giveaway. It’s so secret that I’m a bookworm. From time to time I am very lucky in that publishers will reach out to me to and ask me to take a closer look at a book, or in this case host a giveaway to let others to take a closer look. Although I spend a lot of time on my kindle – there… Keep Reading