Somewhere to review books I'm reading without giving away any spoilers!

Three lovely children’s books for youngsters!

I don't often post multiple reviews together like this
But thought for these its an opportunity I shouldn't miss!
There's a Mr Men book about starting school
And another about anxiety that's just as cool.
The third is a picture book about 365 words and so
They could be just right for your youngsters to have a go!
I received a complementary copy of these books - thank you,
And for each of them I'm sharing my honest review.

365 First Words….

A colourful book with pictures and words too
Helping make learning fun to do.
With them organised in groups to help your find
The different words that are similar in kind.
For example there are pages for colours to start,
With labels for their names and colourful bright art.
There are pages for numbers, clothes and much more
Making this a fun book that children will love to share and adore.
Reading and sharing with adults will help them learn, too,
So it is an attractive book I recommend to you!


A companion title to An Interesting Word for Every Day of the Year, this title introduces first concepts including colours, numbers and shapes, as well as parts of the body, things that go, animals and the world around us. Compiled in consultation with a Harvard Professor of Early Learning and Development, this book will help your little ones develop their speaking, listening and observational skills as they learn to identify objects.

Mr Men and Little Miss go to School by Adam Hargreaves…

What a fun way to help youngsters who're starting school
Find it as something not to worry about but to be something cool.
It shares the experiences of Little Miss Tiny's first day,
Who she met, what she did and what she had to say.
It shows it is an adventure with much to learn and do
And others to meet and have some fun, too.


Little Miss Tiny is very excited for the first day of school!

There is so much to learn and so many new friends to make. Step inside Little Miss Sunshine’s classroom and join the Mr. Men and Little Miss for a busy day at school.

Read this story to help little ones preparing for their first day at nursery, playgroup or school.

Includes a page little ones can personalise all about their school!

The Mr. Men and Little Miss Every Day series takes Roger Hargreaves’ beloved characters on trips and activities that children will recognise from their own lives. All the stories have a ‘Where’s Walter’ feature with Walter the worm hiding in every story making for a fun and interactive reading experience for children aged two years and up.

This is a large edition of the Mr. Men Little Miss Go To School story.


What a lovely way to help children express their feelings and help them know
Some strategies to help them manage them so.
With favourite characters helping by asking questions and more
It is a book to help children understand and their feelings explore.
The story is engaging and will help them explore
When they'd felt the same and so much more.
A useful book for teachers and parents, I think you'll agree
Through helping children's emotional health by sharing  and talking, you'll see.


A sensitive and engaging Mr Men Little Miss story about worries, big and small, and how to manage them.

Mr Worry worries about everything. It sometimes starts with a funny feeling in his tummy. Do you ever feel worried? Everyone worries sometimes. But Mr Worry worries all the time. Can Mr Calm and Little Miss Sunshine help him to ease his worries?
The Mr Men and Little Miss are the perfect characters to help children understand a bit more about their own emotions and how to manage them. With engaging questions to encourage conversations and some helpful tips from favourite characters to help children develop their emotional intelligence.

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