Blog Posts tagged: bookbug

Characters from Roald Dahl books

Bookbug Detective: Celebrating Roald Dahl Day with Little Ones

You're never too young to join in the Roald Dahl Day fun! Bookbug Detective has some great ideas for getting little ones involved this year.

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Bookbug Session Leaders with Puppets and Big Book

Bookbug for All: Communication-Friendly Bookbug Sessions at Wishaw Library

Find out how Joanne Gibson, a Speech and Language Therapist, and Gillian Hunt from Culture NL Libraries worked together to develop a pilot of Communication-Friendly Bookbug Sessions in North Lanarkshire.

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Nursery worker and child sharing a book

Why Book Sharing is More Than Just the Words on a Page

Early Years expert, Tracy Cooper, reassures us that book sharing doesn't always have to be about reading stories word for word.

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Bookbug Book of the Month: Life is Magic

Win one of five copies of Life is Magic!

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Digital Bookbug: Digital is Everywhere

Ruth Grindley, Early Years Digital Projects Manager at Scottish Book Trust, examines the current digital landscape and outlines the next steps in the development of a digital Bookbug resource.

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Cat and the fiddle from Very First Nursery Rhymes

Bookbug Spotlight: Very First Nursery Rhymes

Author and illustrator, Rosalinde Bonnet, shares her top tips for getting the most out of Very First Nursery Rhymes and recommends other books your little one might enjoy!

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Family sharing Who's That?

Bookbug Detective: Photographic Books for Little Ones

Bookbug Detective helps a family looking for something for a little girl who loves Rod Campbell's Who's That?

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Family singing together

Song Power! How Singing Helps Children Learn

Tracy Cooper explains how singing to babies and young children cut through the noise and helps to develop their language and literacy skills

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Bookbug Book of the Month: Box

Win a copy of Box by Min Flyte and Rosalind Beardshaw - a wonderful picture book celebrating the limitless joy of boxes!

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Why Explore Human Rights with Children Through Picture Books?

Rowena Seabrook, Human Rights Education Manager at Amnesty International UK, explains how great picture books can help raise the profile of human rights for children.

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