Blog Posts tagged: Picture books

Boy and dog from The Something

Bookbug Author Spotlight: Rebecca Cobb

Bookbug Bag author and illustrator, Rebecca Cobb, suggests more books for little ones who have enjoyed The Something

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Mr Wolf tossing a pancake

Bookbug Book of the Month: Mr Wolf's Pancakes

The story of Mr Wolf's Pancakes will delight children and their grown-ups - win a copy in our book of the month competition!

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Scene with badger from The Disgusting Sandwich

Bookbug Author Spotlight: Hannah Shaw

Bookbug Bag illustrator, Hannah Shaw, talks about her love of animal stories and the importance of keeping up to date with picture book trends.

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Scene of father and son from Farther

Five Kate Greenaway Medal Winners to Look for at Your Library

Kate Greenaway Medal judge for Scotland, Jennifer Horan, chooses her favourite winners of past years

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Image of nine new books in the Bookbug Bags

New Bookbug Bags, New Books!

Read all about the new books that will be included in the Bookbug Bags for 2017/18

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Fred the Pug and his little owner

Bookbug Book of the Month: Fred

Little ones will love the charming story of Fred - yours to win in our Bookbug Book of the Month competition!

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Zebra with union jack pants on his head

Bookbug Author Spotlight: Nick Sharratt

Bookbug Bag illustrator, Nick Sharratt, shares some favourite childhood memories and inspirational picture books.

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Child and mother face to face

How Stories, Songs and Rhymes Encourage Empathy

Our Early Years Expert, Tracy Cooper, explores how stories, songs, and rhymes can help our children develop empathy

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Fox and rabbits dancing in a field

Bookbug Book of the Month: Everybunny Dance!

Have fun and frolics with Everybunny Dance! - our Bookbug Book of the Month.

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Bookbug meets children at Bookbug Session

Bookbug for All: Creating a Universal Programme

In the first of a number of blogs, we explore what it means for us to have a universal Bookbug programme

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