Blog Posts tagged: Early Years

Bookbug's Big Giggle illustration

10 Brilliant Events for Bookbug Week 2017

Bookbug Week is just around the corner - celebrate at one of these wonderful free events for families!

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Family singing 5 little ducks

Welcome to Bookbug's Song and Rhyme Library!

We're delighted to launch Bookbug's Song and rhyme Library - a new online resource for families and practitioners working with families

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Boy laughing at book

Bookbug's Big Giggle: Why Funny Books Matter

As we celebrate Bookbug's Big Giggle, we explore the importance of funny books as a way of bringing families together

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little laughing baby

Daddy, Mummy, you're so funny!

Dr Caspar Addyman explores the science of baby laughter in a special piece to celebrate Bookbug's Big Giggle

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Family reading to baby outside a tepee

Bookbug Week: Win Hours of Fun for Your Family with a Play Tent and Puppets

Tell us what you do to make your little one giggle and win a selection of fun-filled prizes!

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Boy reading Off to the Park

Bookbug for All: Supporting Children on the Autism Spectrum

Find out how our Bookbug's resources are making a difference to families with children on the autism spectrum.

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Monkey playing peekaboo on cover of Funny Faces

Bookbug's Book of the Month: Funny Faces

Babies and toddlers will love to giggle at the fun animals in Funny Faces, our Bookbug Book of the Month!

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Boy and dog from The Something

Bookbug Author Spotlight: Rebecca Cobb

Bookbug Bag author and illustrator, Rebecca Cobb, suggests more books for little ones who have enjoyed The Something

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Bookbug and little girl with globe

Going Global: Introducing New Languages at Bookbug Sessions

Learn about the introduction of songs and rhymes in different languages at Bookbug Sessions in Fife.

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Baby holding a book and looking at the camera

The Parent Trap: Can You Really Speed Up Your Child’s Development?

Marketers and the media want you to believe there are ways to speed up your baby's development, but is that actually possible? The process is actually simpler than you may think.

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