Blog Posts tagged: bookbug

Danny and Mara chatting

Quality over Quantity: Why It’s Important to Talk WITH Babies – Not TO Them

Discover why conversation between an adult and a child is actually more important to language development than the number of words a child hears.

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Baby smiling on a blanket

Bookbug Conference 2018: Children's Voices

Discover why we think it's important to focus on Children's Voices at our Bookbug Conference this year, and learn about some of the inspirational speakers we have lined up for the day.

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Front cover of You Choose

Spotlight On: You Choose

Discover how one Childminding Officer has used the brilliant You Choose to support many children and families, including those on the autistic spectrum in Dumfries and Galloway

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Rabbit from cover of Almost Anything by Sophy Henn

Bookbug Book of the Month: Almost Anything

Almost Anything is a magical story of self-belief - perfect for toddlers and young children. Enter our Book of the Month competition for your chance to win one of 5 copies!

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Bookbug and New Bags

Introducing Our New Bookbug Bags and Books!

Find out what our panel of parents, carers and EY professionals loved about the new books that will be included in the Bookbug Bags for 2018/19.

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Mum and son sharing a cuddle and a book

The Lasting Legacy of a Cuddle

New research shows the long-lasting impact of physical touch on child development.

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Mopoke on a branch

Bookbug Book of the Month: Mopoke

If your little ones love owls, they will fall in love with this stunning new picture book from Australian author and illustrator, Philip Bunting.

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Small boy looking at a mobile phone

Digital Bookbug: 5 Ways to Keep Children Safe Online

With Safer Internet Day taking place on 6th February 2018, Mhairi Cook shares some simple ways to keep children safe online.

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Karen Malone and children sharing books

Bookbug for All: Supporting Home Educated Children in Shetland

Find out how Bookbug sessions, bags, and resources are being used to support home educated families in Shetland.

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The Reiver Rat cover

Burns for Bairns: Celebrating Scots Stories, Songs and Rhymes

Burns Night is the perfect opportunity to share some Scots stories, songs and rhymes with your wee bairns - here are some of our favourites!

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