Roald Dahl turned to writing children’s books after the death of his daughter Olivia when she was seven. Both James and the Giant Peach and The BFG are dedicated to her. And his 1988 pamphlet Measles, a Dangerous Illness was a direct result of her having died from encephalitis as a result of having measles. Roald Dahl was an advocate for vaccinations and in time I trust he will be remembered more for this and his stories than anything else.
From cake and books to bugs and crocodiles!
Learn wondercrump and revolting first words with Roald Dahl, in this sturdy board book with flaps – perfect for little hands to hold!
A fantastic interactive book that will teach your child words using great illustrations, as well as getting them to perform simple acts such as counting chickens or finding a giraffe by lifting a flap.
Learn your shapes in this board book with BITE!
A big round sun, a whirling swirling kite and. . .
. . . sharp, pointy teeth!
Spot the shapes with Roald Dahl, in this sturdy board book with flaps – perfect for little hands to hold!
A cute book with a few shapes for your child to learn. Hannah loves showing me rectangles and ovals and this book will teach her diamonds and stars.
Revolting Things To Touch And Feel
What does a giant’s foot feel like? How about a rotten egg, or a bumpy crocodile?
Find out in this book that’s full of the most REVOLTING things to touch and feel!
I love touchy feely books and the textures of this one were amazing. However, the ending of this book really does not sit well with me and I think we shall give it a miss for now.