It might be cold outside but we’ve got plenty of fantastic books for your children to curl up with inside. Do keep an eye on the Mini Travellers twitter account for chances to win copies of some of these books over the next month.
This is an incredibly powerful story with beautiful illustrations. My Name Is Not Refugee is a simple, moving book that is ideal for gently introducing the idea of the refugee crisis to small children.
Big Blue Whale and Wiggly Octopus are both looking for something deep under the sea, but will they find it? With a fantastic pop up spread in the middle, this lovely tale shows you that there are two sides to every story.
Toto doesn’t want to carry bags for a living like the other donkeys, instead he wants to become an astronaut. But will he find a way to make his dream come true? With bright, bold illustrations, this is a striking story about resilience and daring to be different.
This 62 page book is packed full of everything you could want to know about the Ancient Greeks, from their temples to their Gods and the food they ate. With bright, vibrant artwork and a dose of humour, it’s perfect for bringing the past to life.
When Anna inherits Hotel Flamingo she’s determined to restore it to it’s former glory only to discover that running a hotel for animals isn’t always straightforward. With illustrations throughout and plenty of entertaining characters, Hotel Flamingo is a really charming story.
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