Blog Posts tagged: Picture books

Toddler holding a book

The Reality of Reading to Toddlers

One mum discusses the realities of reading to her toddler, and strategies for getting the most out of this precious time with her son.

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Bookbug Detective: Picture Books to Help Separation Anxiety

Bookbug Detective is back with advice on picture books that deal with separation anxiety issues

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Bookbug Author Spotlight: Gareth Edwards

Gareth Edwards, author of The Disgusting Sandwich, talks about the amazing things that happened to make his book a reality.

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Bookbug Detective: Interactive Books for Little Ones

Bookbug Detective recommends some books for toddlers who like to lift flaps, make noise, and maybe even chew their books.

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Mouse and Seagull with a sandwich

Bookbug's Book of the Month: All Mine! by Zehra Hicks

Enter our Book of the Month competition to win a copy of All Mine!, the hilarious tale of a greedy seagull and a fiendish mouse!

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Bookbug Author Spotlight: Kate McLelland

Scottish-based author and illustrator Kate McLelland talks about the inspiration behind her work and the books she loved as a child.

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Memorable Love Scenes from Picture Books

With Valentines Day looming, we look at some of the memorable love scenes from picture books.

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Bookbug Detective: Books About Going to Hospital

Bookbug Detective is back with books that can help children who are anxious about going to hospital

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Bookbug's Book of the Month: Rex by Simon James

Learn more about Simon James's charming story, and enter to win one of 5 free copies!

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Dad in library reading to daughter

Year of the Dad: The Difference Reading Makes

Douglas Guest of Fathers Network Scotland describes his own reading journey, and the impact sharing stories has had on him and his children.

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