I’m back with the third book club post! Thank you so much to everyone who’s joined in and left me recommendations for future books. Our little library is growing!
During July, I found a whole bunch of new gems but these were Seth’s three favourites (based on giggles and hitting the of the pages).
Hello Mummy – Ladybird (2014)
Last month, we featured Hello Daddy so I decided to pick up Hello Mommy too and Seth loves it just as much. Like I said before, these books don’t have a story but teach kids about colours, textures and animals. They’re adorable little books.
That’s not my Unicorn – Fiona Watt (2017)
I’m sure you have heard of the “That’s not my…” books. There are SO many. (That’s not my Frog, Lion, Monkey and Monster to name a few.) The Unicorn version is the latest one in the series and was released in June of this year.
I had to buy it because I am unicorn obsessed. I think this is the prettiest book out of them all because the cover sparkles in the light, and the edges of the cardboard pages are holographic. So on trend. Seth loves it too (no surprises there).
The First Hippo on the Moon – David Walliams (2014)
I’ve saved the best for last! This book is hysterical! It follows the story of a Hippo that wants to go to the moon, on a rocket built by her jungle buddies and powered by pongy poop. Things go horribly wrong, as expected.
The story is also a play and I will definitely take Seth to go see it when he is a bit older.
As always, I’m giving one lucky reader the chance to win a copy of all three these books.
To enter, just follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget below:
Open to UK Mainland residents only.
No purchase required.
The competition runs from Friday, 4 August 2017 to Thursday, 31 August 2017.
One winner will be announced on Friday, 1 September 2017.
The winner will have seven days to supply a delivery address before a new winner is chosen.
The winner will win one copy of Hello Mummy, That’s not my Unicorn and The First Hippo on the Moon.
The prize is not transferable for cash.
The prize is sponsored by myself, Leigh-Ann Otto (FairLeigh UK).
I am not affiliated with any of the publishers.