Picture Books for Kids by Tate Publishing

We all love picture books. It’s how we all got started into the bookish world. Now if you are an art lover also you really are in for a treat with these stunning books from Tate Publishing. I’m pretty sure many of you have heard of the Tate art galleries. I’m lucky to live close by to the Tate down in St Ives.

Picture Books for Kids by Tate Publishing

Before we get onto the books I want to share with you a little about Tate. I don’t know about you but I love to read background stories and extra info. I do have an appreciation for art and when the girls get older I will be sharing this with them.

  • Tate is a family of four galleries and is home to the national collection of British art from 1500 to the present day and international modern and contemporary art, which includes nearly 70,000 artworks.
  • The four galleries are: Tate St Ives – exhibits work by modern British artists with links to the St Ives area. Tate Modern, London – exhibits international modern and contemporary art. Tate Britain, London – the home of British art from 1500 to the present day. Tate Liverpool – British and international modern and contemporary art.
  • Tate Enterprises is a commercial subsidiary of Tate and includes publishing, retail and catering amongst its core activities. All profits made are returned to support Tate’s work and collection.
  • Tate Publishing shares Tate’s mission to promote public knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of British, modern and contemporary art to everyone.

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Watch This! – Review and Giveaway

As you know from all my many book review posts, we love reading in my house. This past week we have been looking at a different kind of picture book called Watch This! by Jane GodwinBeci Orpin, and Hilary Walker. It’s a beautiful and original photographic kids book which get them involved with shapes and colours. It also helps them to move their body in a creative and joyful way.

Watch This! - A photographic picture book about a diverse group of children using their bodies to make sense of shapes in a playful way.

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Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits Blog Tour

Happy Monday! Today it’s my turn to be on the blog tour for Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits by Liana Strat. A fun little picture book on naming veggies and fruit, helping toddlers and preschoolers with learning their fruit and vegetables.

Read on to see what we thought.

Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits Blog Tour

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Hey Duggee Sticky Stick Sticker Book Review and Giveaway

I have a 2 and a half-year old who is obsessed with sticker books. Trouble is not only does she stick the stickers in the books but on the windows, sofa, table, my arm doors and god knows wherever else! I do love finding her new sticker books though. It keeps her calm and quieter for a while so I get 5 minutes peace and quiet. When we got sent the Hey Duggee Sticky Stick Sticker book from Ladybird to look at I knew it would be one of her favourites.

Hey Duggee Sticky Stick Sticker Book Review and Giveaway

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Cute a Doodle Doo by Julie Flanighan – Review and Giveaway

This past week we have been reading Cute a Doodle Doo by Julie Flanighan. In fact most days we have read it twice before bed time. Reading is one of my favourite hobbies and now I’m sure baby girl loves it as well. It makes me smile when she brings her favourite books to me for storytime. She loves to turn the pages and point out what she knows on the pages. For this book it was the animals, the pig, cow and chicken (although it’s actually a cockerel).

Cute a Doodle Doo by Julie Flanighan - Review and Giveaway

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Book Review – The Beedog: An Insect Discovery in Portugal

Today I’m on the blog tour for The Beedog: An Insect Discovery in Portugal by Addie Broussard and illustrated by Jayeeta Neogi. It’s a brilliant little kids book that takes kids picture books to a different level!

The Beedog: An Insect Discovery in Portugal

Book Description

An award-winning picture book that will get little ones excited about science.

While building a unique sandcastle, Cora and Manny spot a rather curious insect.
Soon, the little scientists keep a watchful eye on the insect’s movements, while learning about the natural environment along the way.

A great book for STEM education and homeschool projects or just curious little ones who love science. Book extras include fun, printable activities related to science learning and research.

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