September is the time for new stationery, new school uniforms and of course, new books. There are some brilliant children’s books being published this month – I’ve included a selection below of my favourites. Do keep an eye on twitter for a chance to win copies of some of the books featured!
This beautiful book features 366 animal poems from around the world, one for every day of the year. By the same team that created the anthology of nature poems, I Am The Seed That Grew The Tree, it is published in collaboration with The National Trust. I love the stunning artwork, mix of animals and poetry styles included. This book is perfect for children of all ages.
George loves bugs, so he starts to catch them and keep them in jars. But as his collection grows, he notices how quiet it’s become outside. Gradually he realises the wild and wonderful creatures he’s found aren’t meant to be kept in glass bottles. With a lovely message and engaging artwork, my boys love this book.
This is a fun celebration of the joys and responsibilities of owning a pet, even if that pet happens to be an enormous T-rex! Perfect for young pet, (and dinosaur), lovers.
When an enormous octopus decides to live on top of a house, none of the neighbours know what to make of it. But gradually they come to love having it there, until one night it suddenly disappears… With a rhyming text and bright artwork, this is full of humour.
When Zookeeper Bob’s super-duper pooper scooper robot disappears leaving poo everywhere, there’s only one person who can help, the great poo investigator, Arabella Slater. But can she find the missing robot and save the day? My boys both love this very funny, rhyming story.
This is the third book in this adventure series about toy robot Boot and his robot friends. Full of humour and black and white illustrations Boot is perfect for early readers.
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