The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name book – Review

As a child I would never find anything with my name on – those personalised mug or key chains in souvenirs shops were a constant source of disappointment to me!  That said, as an adult, I quite like that my name isn’t too common. Of course Ben, Chloe and Amy are less likely to have the same issues.  Apart from choosing fairly popular names for our trouble, personalisation these days is rife.  When it comes to finding something with your name on the internet is your best friend. “Lost my name” was created by four friends back in 2012, with a fabulous product to promote and success on Dragon’s Den – they’ve now sold over 1.2 million books in 164 different countries.  I’d say that’s good going wouldn’t you? I had been aware of the company for sometime but hadn’t really taken the time to investigate them properly until now.…

View Post
Orchard Toys Colouring & Activity Books – Review

Orchard Toys Colouring & Activity Books – Review

Regular readers will know we have been fans of Orchard Toys for many a year (in fact you can read all of our previous … View Post
Lonely Planet Kids – Review & Giveaway

Lonely Planet Kids – Review & Giveaway

Lonely Planet are a well established, trusted brand of travel books loved the world over and famed for offering nuggets of information which might … View Post
Art Therapy adult colouring books – Review

Art Therapy adult colouring books – Review

You can’t fail to have noticed that Adult Colouring Books have become a bit of a “thing” of late.  I must admit that … View Post
Sparkup: The Magical Book Reader – Review

Sparkup: The Magical Book Reader – Review

Being as how this product is a bit techy I gladly handed it over to Dave to set up so he has done the … View Post
Breastfeeding Made Easy – Review

Breastfeeding Made Easy – Review

The other week I heard a statistic which said that 80% of mothers will start off breastfeeding but by 6 weeks only 25% will still be doing … View Post
Celebrating 10 years of “How to Catch a Star” by Oliver Jeffers

Celebrating 10 years of “How to Catch a Star” by Oliver Jeffers

How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers is easily one of my favourite books.  I discovered it many years ago whilst browsing the … View Post