Here is a selection of books for children that I have been sent to review. All of these get gifted to Hannah for her birthday. She is turning 4 this month so they are age appropriate.
I See a Buffalo
I See a Buffalo tells the tale of a young buffalo who is distressed by her size. She wants to join the other animals at play, but her bulk and ungainliness make her self-conscious. When the animals turn her away, Buffalo decides to keep to herself and accept her loneliness. But when a huge storm creates a sudden flood, Buffalo realises she can save the day. Time and again, she wades into the floodwaters to save the smaller animals. By the end of the day, everyone understands that it is not the shape of your body that counts, but the size of your heart.
This book has a lovely story line that everyone can fit in, no matter their shape or size!
The Bok Who Lost His Spring
What is a Springbok without his spring? Just a … bok?When poor Springbok loses his spring, it is up to his friends to help him find it again – with hilarious consequences.A humorous and touching story about recognising what makes you special, and the power of friendship.
A sweet book on how we can always think of other ways to do things!
Click here to download a fun filled activity pack, including masks and colouring in pages.
Penguin Random House South Africa sent me these Books For Children to review.
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