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Polly Molly Woof Woof
Polly Molly Woof Woof
by David Lloyd
Edition: Paperback

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An interactive gem, 21 Jun 2002
This review is from: Polly Molly Woof Woof (Paperback)
A great tool for nursery/reception aged children to encourage interaction with a book & with the reader, whether it be a new teacher, or mum/dad/granny at home. It is a really up-beat, feel-good book, with an almost negligible plot, but loads of woofing & sniffing instead. The important feature of this book is that it will engage and draw out the children to whom it is read by virtue of the 'listener participation'. Probably most effective with a group of children, and a willingness to join in by the reader is essential. A great ice-breaker, and full of fun.


Princess Smartypants
Princess Smartypants
by Babette Cole
Edition: Paperback
Price: 5.24

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Princess with Girl Power, 21 Jun 2002
This review is from: Princess Smartypants (Paperback)
This delightful story is a must for little girls who are brought up on a diet of princesses ever grateful to handsome princes for rescuing them from a life of nothingness. This Princess has her own identity, her own agenda, and an independant outlook. Good for her! Would also be great for little boys who think that it is their purpose in life to go around earning the gratitude of little girls & princesses alike purely because they are little boys/princes.


Fairy Dreams
Fairy Dreams
by Carol McLean-Carr
Edition: Hardcover

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A delight for 'little girls' of ALL ages!, 21 Jun 2002
This review is from: Fairy Dreams (Hardcover)
Carol McLean-Carr's illustrations export both little girls and their mums to a fantasy world of wonder and delight. The content of each page is so detailed that the reader becomes completely absorbed, not only searching for the extremely well hidden items which the fairies 'borrow' from Isobel's bedroom, but simply enjoying the wealth of fantastic images that make up each scene.
The book will appeal to all ages, and although the prose is quite advanced, its lyrical quality makes it entertaining for even the youngest of children. My daughters (3 & 4) and I enjoyed it tremendously as a bedtime book.


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