Blog Posts tagged: Early Years

Bookbug's Big Picnic by Esther Kent

Bookbug Week is here!

Find out how you can get involved in Bookbug's Big Picnic.

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Dad and daughter reading together

Why book sharing is about much more than literacy

Spending time sharing books with children has many valuable benefits, as our Early Years expert, Tracy Cooper, explains.

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How Tactile Books Can Support Children on the Autism Spectrum

Celebrate World Autism Awareness Month with our tactile books and find out how Getting Ready has supported one family with a child on the autism spectrum

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Mummy crocodile and baby crocodile

Bookbug Book of the Month: What Does the Crocodile Say?

Win one of 5 copies of What Does the Crocodile Say? in our Book of the Month competition.

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Boy and mum sharing a song

Bookbug for All: Sensory Bookbug Sessions in South Ayrshire

Bookbug Coordinator for South Ayrshire shares her experiences of making Bookbug Sessions more sensory for children with additional support needs.

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Boy reading in a library

Bookbug Book of the Month

We have 5 copies of The Book Without a Story by Carolina Rabei to give away. If your little one enjoys a trip to the library, they will love this story about a poor book called Dusty who is waiting to be borrowed.

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Mum and dad sharing a book with their son

Introducing the new Bookbug Bag books

Discover our new titles for 2019 and look out for the next favourite in your house.

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Bookbug Book of the Month: All the Ways to be Smart

All the Ways to be Smart is a wonderful celebration of individuality - win a copy of this beautiful picture book in our Bookbug Book of the Month competition.

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10 New Picture Books for 2019

We're celebrating some of the wonderful new picture books that will hit library bookshelves this year! See if you can find your little one's next new favourite story.

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Children laughing and singing

Mixing it up: Why it's fun to play with song and rhyme lyrics

Changing the words to traditional songs and rhymes is a great way to inspire creativity and challenge gender stereotypes as Early Years expert, Tracy Cooper, explains.

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