Blog Posts tagged: bookbug

Bringing Stories to Life with Julia Donaldson

Julia Donaldson talks about the characters she most loves to bring to life, along with the latest ones to appear in her new show, 'Gruffalos, Ladybirds and Other Beasts'.

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The Music of Spoons

Carol Laula, Early Years Music & Story Specialist, explains how wooden spoons can be used to make music with children.

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Bookbug's Book of The Month: Bedtime for Monsters by Ed Vere

Enter the Bookbug Book of the Month competition to win a copy of Bedtime for Monsters, the perfect story to read with your little ones before bed.

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Behind The Scenes: How The Books In Your Bag Are Chosen

Ever wondered how the books are selected for our Bookbug bags? Find out more about our selection process.

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Finding the Music in Books

Explore the use of music, rhythm and sound in our new Bookbug Pirate selection of books

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Bookbug Bedtime Story Competition Winners

Get inspired for bedtime reading with some of our favourite entries from the Bookbug Week bedtime stories competition

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Bookbug Detective: Books that Explore Colour

The Bookbug Detective is back with some top tips on helping your child with colour recognition.

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Bookbug's Book of the Month: There's A Bear On My Chair by Ross Collins

Find out more about There's A Bear On My Chair by Ross Collins and enter our competition to win a copy of this wonderful book.

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Bookbug Detective: Making Bedtime Reading Fun

Bookbug Detective shares some tips and book recommendations for bedtime reading

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Why Bedtime Reading Matters

Find out more about the benefits of sharing a book at bedtime with your little ones

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