The Perfect Rock by Sarah Noble

AD: Sponsored Post Time to share a very random fact about me: I carry a rock around in my coat pocket. I’ve had it for two years and origina...


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Time to share a very random fact about me: I carry a rock around in my coat pocket. I’ve had it for two years and originally picked it up for skimming stones but as I ran my thumb over it’s smooth surface I knew I’d never skim it. So now it’s a little (although somewhat heavy) treasure I keep in my pocket!


The Invisible by Tom Percival

  This is a hard post to write because this book is so close to the reality for many and a growing number of people as we go deeper into the...


 This is a hard post to write because this book is so close to the reality for many and a growing number of people as we go deeper into the financial crisis. With families facing food and fuel poverty this winter, I wanted to share this incredibly important story - The Invisible by Tom Percival - about remembering to look and really see those around us.


Judge the Reader

📚 judge the reader 📚 Hello to all the newbies who have joined recently- go ahead and judge me by my books! And to all you “oldies” (hehe!)...

📚 judge the reader 📚

Hello to all the newbies who have joined recently- go ahead and judge me by my books! And to all you “oldies” (hehe!) you should know well enough by now, but go ahead, judge - do your worst!

I grabbed these off my kitchen bookshelves, popped them in a washing basket and casually plopped them on the blanket on the kitchen floor (aside I may have found a better light spot for flatlays - hooray!)

And yes it took even longer to put them all away again!

Love,
Kim

okay so here's how this tag works:
✨assemble a random assortment of books (no curating an aesthetic - only cheated slightly by putting them on a blanket!)
✨let people make assumptions about you in the comments based on your bookish taste

It's Tough to Be Tiny by Kim Ryall Woolcock & Stacey Thomas

AD: Sponsored Post It’s survival of the fittest in the animal kingdom. So how do the tiniest creatures tough it out?

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It’s survival of the fittest in the animal kingdom. So how do the tiniest creatures tough it out?


Grow Tree Grow by Dom Conlon & Anastasia Izlesou (Wild Wanderers Series)

AD: Sponsored Post Two years ago I discovered a lyrical picture book - Leap Hare Leap - that we adore which beautifully combines nature, poe...

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Two years ago I discovered a lyrical picture book - Leap Hare Leap - that we adore which beautifully combines nature, poetry and artwork! 


I am Dog by Peter Bentley & Chris Chatterton

  Our puppy has moved in! For all those asking he’s a nearly six-month old cockapoo called Bertie and we are smitten!

 

Our puppy has moved in! For all those asking he’s a nearly six-month old cockapoo called Bertie and we are smitten!


The Dawn Seal by Holly Webb & David Dean (Holly Webb's Summer series)

AD: Sponsored Post Which books made you a reader?

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Which books made you a reader?


Ready for Spaghetti by Michael Rosen & Polly Dunbar

  AD: Sponsored Post Have you ever thought about how much is going on in a toddler’s mind as they not only learn the sounds of language but ...

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Have you ever thought about how much is going on in a toddler’s mind as they not only learn the sounds of language but also that when put together those sounds make words and those words have meaning? And at the same time their brains are learning how lots of things work? 

As Michael Rosen points out in the introduction to his latest poetry collection Ready for Spaghetti, it’s utterly mind-boggling!