The Shelf: Books to Get for Your Kids

Category: Mums Corner

Looking for more books for your kids this month? Try these recommendations now.

 

 

Lift-the-flap Friends: Fairy   

Meet the fairies Angel, Cherry, Florence, Holly and Blueberry. Go on an enchanting journey and join a magical tea party, spot your fairy friends and even help them plan what they’ll be wearing to the twinkly garden ball.  

 

 

I’ll Love You Always

By Mark Sperring and Alison Brown

This book is a moving declaration of love and is sure to put a smile on your face. The beautiful rhyming promise of love that fills the pages makes this the perfect book to snuggle up to and read just before bedtime. How long will I love you? If you need to know, I’ll tuck you in tightly, then whisper it low . . .

 

 

Lionel and the Lion’s Share

By Lou Peacock and Lisa Sheehan

Lionel the Lion does not like to share. He wants everything for himself – musical instruments, hats, balloons and even a birthday cake! After all, don’t lions always get the lion’s share? But Lionel goes too far and soon realises that maybe, he doesn’t need everything after all.

 

 

Surprising Birds

By Elo

In this lift-the-flap book, teach your bub about colours. A red wing, an orange beak or a vibrant tail – spot a surprise on each page and get acquainted with the different colours with the help of some unusual birds.

 

 

First Words: Japanese

Konnichiwa! If you’re planning to teach your little one another language, this series from Lonely Planet Kids has added another three titles – Japanese, Italian and Mandarin. Flip the pages and learn the 100 travel-related words that are accompanied by colourful illustrations. Plus, scan the QR code on the back cover and get access to a free pronunciation guide.

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