It’s been ages since I have shared the books we have loved so I thought it was about time I did one! This month has been a bit spooky already – getting in the spirit for Halloween I think! I will be sharing some of the best Halloween themed books for toddlers next week so keep an eye out for that! But here are the books we’ve read this month.
I feel like we haven’t read as much this month as normal as we have spent as much time as we could outside enjoying the lovely weather we have had for the last half of the month. We have still done a bit of reading though so here are the books we’ve read July 2016.
Boo has been very lucky on the book front this month and has had lots and lots of new books to read! Two fab books that she was lucky enough to get were ‘The Dinosaur that Pooped Daddy and The Dinosaur that Pooped a Rainbow. As you can probably imagine Boo found them both hilarious!
As you can probably tell we are all huge fans of books and reading in our house. My husband and I love to have physical copies of books though we do both love our Kindles too. Boo loves reading too and we already bought her a few personalised books and I think they are just the best gift idea.
So when Love2Read got in touch and asked if I would like to have a look at their site to choose a personalised book that Boo could give to her daddy for Father’s Day I took one look and fell in love with the idea. They are just great – there are so many different styles to choose from so there is something which could be given as a gift from children’s of all ages.
We are a little bit book mad in our house, (I have a books I need to read list longer than my arm and the more I read the more I seem to add.) And Boo is the same – she loves nothing more than to sit and read a book, either by herself or with me or my husband. I love that she loves books and I hope that she always has a passion for reading. So when I heard about Bookawoo I was very intrigued – a box of age appropriate books right to your door – sounds perfect right?
The box is amazing, right away Boo knew it was for her (as you can tell by the hand!) – I loved the quotes on the box and the fact that it had her name, well nickname, on the box too was just lovely. It really adds that nice little touch. Inside this wonderful box were five books, a bright and colourful pencil, a bookmark with Boo’s name on and some lovely stickers again with Boo’s name on them. There was also a letter to the child’s parent/guardian with more information and a little leaflet about the theme of the box too.