Bookbug Book of the Month: Almost Anything
Almost Anything by Sophy Henn
George can't roller skate, George can't paint, and George most certainly can't dance! But Bear thinks that, with a little help, George can do all these things - and more! And, luckily for George, Bear has just a little magic to help . . .
'With Spring just around the corner, this is a heart-warming story about George the rabbit who does not think he is good at anything, unlike all his friends in the forest. Otter can paint, Hedgehog can dance, Badger can play skittles, Fox can fly a kite and Beaver can roller skate. But George can’t do any of these things...or so he thinks.
Bear makes George a magic paper hat which enables him to do anything. After some persuasion and lots of practise, George finds that he too can roller skate, dance and do all sorts of other things.
This is a beautifully illustrated story of self-belief, perfect for encouraging little ones to try new things.'
- Rosalyn McGlynn, Early Years Development Coordinator
You will find more seasonal reads for babies and toddlers on our 10 Springtime Reads book lists - and if your little one is a fan of rabbits, hop over to our 10 Books about Rabbits and 10 More Beautiful Bunny Books for inspiration!
We have 5 copies of Almost Anything to give away. Simply answer the question below to be in with a chance of winning.
The competition will close at midnight on Saturday 31 March 2018.
Please note our full terms and conditions. Only one entry per household.