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“The Koala who could” by Rachel Bright and Jim Field

“The Koala who could” by Rachel Bright and Jim Field is a story set in the Australian outback where animals run wild and free. However a koala called Kevin always clung to a tree, as below him on the ground, … Continue reading

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“Oi Dog!” perfect again!

We love “Oi Frog!” by Kes Gray and Jim Field, so I was very excited to buy “Oi Dog!” Normally sequels to books are not as good, but they have done it ,this book is fabulous! Tom absolutely loves this book as … Continue reading

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The lion inside!

After falling in love with the book “Oi Frog” by Jim Field, I am always looking out for other books he has illustrated. We spotted the “The Lion inside” by Rachel Bright and Jim Field. The story is set in … Continue reading

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A counting book with a difference “How many legs?”

As we love “Oi frog!” so much, when we spotted “How many legs?” another Kes Gray and Jim field collaboration we were keen to have a read! It is certainly a counting book with a difference! It is a book … Continue reading

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Updated: My top 10 picture books!

Over a year ago I wrote a list of my top favourite picture books. I thought it might be fun to do a top ten but it was actually rather hard so many wonderful books and I thought my list may change … Continue reading

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Our favourite of the moment…….. Oi frog!

We bought “Oi frog!” by Kes Gray and Jim Field after it caught our eye in the bookshop. We read it in the shop and it made us laugh straightaway! It is a story about a frog that will not … Continue reading

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