Blog Posts tagged: bookbug

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Win Matching Bookbug Aprons and a Bundle of Foodie Books this Book Week Scotland

Win matching Bookbug aprons for you and your little ones in our special Nourish-themed competition for Book Week Scotland!

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Bookbug for All: Supporting Families Affected by Imprisonment

A Project Worker at HMP Edinburgh shares her experiences of using Bookbug with families affected by imprisonment

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Bookbug Detective: Books for Visually Impaired Children

Bookbug Detective recommends some great books for blind or visually impaired children.

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Bookbug Author Spotlight: Sandra Lousada on Capturing Babies' Faces

Photographer Sandra Lousada shares some of her tips for getting the best out of This Little Baby, currently included in our Bookbug Baby Bag.

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Bookbug Book of the Month: Playtime with Ted

Win one of five copies of Playtime with Ted in our Bookbug Book of the Month competition!

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Hats of Faith: Celebrating Scottish Interfaith Week with Young Children and their Families

Find out more about Hats of Faith, a new board book which introduces young children and families to the shared custom of head coverings across many faiths.

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Why Not Have It All? Sharing Good Apps and Good Books

Ruth Grindley suggests that digital technologies and physical books can both play a role in early years language and literacy development.

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Bookbug for All: Bookbug Sessions with British Sign Language

Discover how Cheryl Hamilton successfully introduced British sign language to Bookbug Sessions in Fife

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Bookbug Detective: Books to Help with Potty Training

Bookbug Detective shares some fantastic books to help parents and carers with potty training.

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A Book in the Hand and a Song in the Heart: How Stories and Songs Reside in Children's Long-Term Memory

Early Years expert, Tracy Cooper, explores how the songs, rhymes, and stories that we share with babies will take up permanent residence in their brains for years to come.

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