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May Book Recommendations

In celebration of International Harry Potter Day which falls in May, we recommend to you the latest additions to the Harry Potter world. If you enjoy the magic at Hogwarts, you will love the other fantasy novels we have in store just for you!

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April Book Recommendations

0-5 Are You There Little Dinosaur? by Sam Taplin Little dinosaur is hiding! Little children will love peeping through the holes in the pages of this beautifully illustrated book to try and find the elusive dinosaur. There are finger-trails to touch and lots of details to spot and talk about together. Perfect for little dinosaur-lovers, who will enjoy a delightful tactile exploration of the dinosaur world. Another title in a rapidly-expanding series of collectable baby books. Mini and Hardly and The Big Adventure by Catherine Rayner Mini and Hardly are fed up of being small. Being grown-up would be so much better! They could eat what they want, stay up all night, and go on adventures. So . . . why wait?...

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February Book Recommendations

0-5 Usborne Book of Pop-up Birds by Laura Crowan From hovering hummingbirds and dancing pink flamingos, to diving penguins and owls spreading their wings before your very eyes, birds fly off the page in this gorgeous pop-up book. Lyrically written and informative, this book is a delight to read aloud, introducing a lovely selection of birds in a wonderful, memorable way. Animalphabet by Julia Donaldson From ant to butterfly to caterpillar . . . to zebra and then back again, Animalphabet is an entertaining puzzle as well as a gorgeous alphabet book to treasure. There are clever hints and peekaboo holes within the artwork that will amaze and delight young children as they learn to use the alphabet. This is a preschool...

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January Recommended Reads

In keeping with our passion for environmentalism and sustainability, we have some amazing nature themed books for you this month! 0-5 years This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers Wilfred owned a moose. He hadn't always owned a moose. The moose came to him a while ago and he knew, just KNEW, that it was meant to be his. He thought he would call him Marcel.Most of the time Marcel is very obedient, abiding by the many rules of How to Be a Good Pet. But imagine Wilfred's surprise when one dark day, while deep in the woods, someone else claims the moose as their own... Literary Awards - Zilveren Griffel (2019) - Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Award...

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