Blog Posts tagged: Picture books

Baby and mum with lift-the-flap book

Is Word Learning the Reason We Read to Children?

Bookbug's Tracy Cooper discusses how misleading research can impact on our choice of books

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Bookbug Author Spotlight: Britta Teckentrup

This month we shine the spotlight on the wonderful Britta Teckentrup, author and illustrator of over 70 children's picture books.

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Meg and Mog on a broomstick

Bookbug Book of the Month: Meg and Mog

Win a copy of the brilliant Meg and Mog in our Bookbug Book of the Month competition

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Shark in the park

How One Early Years Centre Helped Bring Books to Life

How Live Literature brought books to life for children at Granton Early Years Centre

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A Bookbug Co-ordinator's Top Books and Songs for Bookbug Sessions

Orkney's Bookbug Co-ordinator, Patsy Smith, shares her favourite books and songs for Bookbug Sessions

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Sea Otters on the cover of Together by Emma Dodd

Bookbug Book of the Month: Together by Emma Dodd

Win a copy of Together, a beautiful story of a sea otter who spends a day learning and playing with his mummy

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Boy and teddy in the tree from Introducing Teddy

How Picture Books Can Help Us Make Sense of the World

Emma Dunn examines how the issues children face in picture books can help them to make sense of the world around them

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Bookbug Author Spotlight: Samantha Meredith

Bookbug Bag author/illustrator, Samantha Meredith, looks back on the books that she loved as a child, and her most exciting day, ever!

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Mum reading with daughter

Recharging with Picture Books

Play can be tiring for children and parents alike - one mum explains how she recharges with picture books

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Pug on the front cover of I will love you anyway

Bookbug Book of the Month: I Will Love You Anyway by Mick and Chloë Inkpen

Win a copy of I Will Love You Anyway, a charming story about a badly behaved dog and the one person he can count on.

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