Blog Posts tagged: sharing picture books

Horse, bear and girl in a boat on a river

Bookbug Book of the Month: Moon River

Looking for the perfect picture book to share with little ones at bedtime? We have 5 copies of the dreamy Moon River up for grabs in our new Bookbug Book of the Month competition.

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Bookbug's Summer Reads

Don't be without a good picture book this summer. Here are some great stories for children of all ages to enjoy.

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Cover of Going to the Volcano

Bookbug Book of the Month: Going to the Volcano

Get ready for some laugh out loud fun with Going to the Volcano! Answer our simple question for your chance to win a copy for your family or early years setting in our new Book of the Month competition.

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Bookbug's Big Picnic by Esther Kent

Bookbug Week is here!

Find out how you can get involved in Bookbug's Big Picnic.

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Dad and daughter reading together

Why book sharing is about much more than literacy

Spending time sharing books with children has many valuable benefits, as our Early Years expert, Tracy Cooper, explains.

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Boy reading in a library

Bookbug Book of the Month: The Book Without A Story

We have 5 copies of The Book Without a Story by Carolina Rabei to give away. If your little one enjoys a trip to the library, they will love this story about a poor book called Dusty who is waiting to be borrowed.

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Family reading together

Off script: How telling the story in your own words can add value

Early Years expert, Tracy Cooper, explores the reasons why reading books word for word or telling the story in your own words both have positive effects on a child's development.

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Child and dad reading

How Bookbug can help to buffer the effects of adverse childhood experiences

Tracy Cooper reflects on the recent ACE Aware Nation Conference and explores some of the ways that Bookbug can buffer the effects of the adverse childhood experiences facing families in Scotland.

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Girl reading from DPIL

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library: Inspiring a love of reading in children who are looked-after and adopted

Regional Director for The Dollywood foundation UK, Kirsteen Watson, explains how Dolly Parton's Imagination Library impacts Looked After Children and Adopted Children in the UK.

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