Blog Posts tagged: bookbug

Horse, bear and girl in a boat on a river

Bookbug Book of the Month: Moon River

Looking for the perfect picture book to share with little ones at bedtime? We have 5 copies of the dreamy Moon River up for grabs in our new Bookbug Book of the Month competition.

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Bookbug's Summer Reads

Don't be without a good picture book this summer. Here are some great stories for children of all ages to enjoy.

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Bookbug Book of the Month: Going to the Volcano

Get ready for some laugh out loud fun with Going to the Volcano! Answer our simple question for your chance to win a copy for your family or early years setting in our new Book of the Month competition.

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Bookbug and children at a picnic

Join Bookbug’s Big Picnic!

Free events across Scotland for Bookbug Week 2019

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Scene from Picnic by John Burningham

Bookbug Week: Win a picnic set, rug and soft toys!

Enter our Bookbug Week competition to win everything you need for your own teddy bear's picnic!

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Bookbug's Big Picnic by Esther Kent

Bookbug Week is here!

Find out how you can get involved in Bookbug's Big Picnic.

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Cover of Getting Ready

How Tactile Books Can Support Children on the Autism Spectrum

Celebrate World Autism Awareness Month with our tactile books and find out how Getting Ready has supported one family with a child on the autism spectrum

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Boy and mum sharing a song

Bookbug for All: Sensory Bookbug Sessions in South Ayrshire

Bookbug Coordinator for South Ayrshire shares her experiences of making Bookbug Sessions more sensory for children with additional support needs.

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Boy reading in a library

Bookbug Book of the Month: The Book Without A Story

We have 5 copies of The Book Without a Story by Carolina Rabei to give away. If your little one enjoys a trip to the library, they will love this story about a poor book called Dusty who is waiting to be borrowed.

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