The kids love reading but it’s been a while since we sat down together and read a good book. Our lastest book that we read together was “The squirrels who squabbled“ by Rachel Bright which is such a funny little story about two squirrel friends fighting over the last nut. They both end up in a difficult situation and need each other’s help to get out of it. In the end they’re able to laugh about it with each other.
Peppa loves Doctors and Nurses book
Publishing house, Ladybird have recently launched a new Peppa Pig picture book called Peppa Loves Doctors and Nurses to help children understand about health and hygiene a little better. In the book, it’s ‘People Who Help Us’ day at Peppa’s playgroup and the children receive a special visit from Dr Brown Bear and Nurse Fox. Peppa and the playgroup learn the importance of washing hands, staying healthy and experience the brilliant work done by all doctors and nurses.
Children have been picking up on the stress, anxiety and challenges faced by their parents and people all over the world. From dealing with the stresses of working-from-home, redundancy or unemployment it’s a very difficult time for parents. However, with school closures, social distancing rules and the uncertainty of the world’s situation, children are also facing their own difficult battles.
It’s not always easy to talk to your child/children about the pandemic, the uncertain times we’re in and general health hygiene so this book might be an excellent conversation starter for you or anyone who looks after, or cares for child/children. It gives you a chance to speak to them about the changes in the world around them in a light, positive, caring and reassuring way.
Peppa Pig Doctors & Nurses Book Giveaway!
ONE lucky winner will get their hands on the new Peppa Pig loves Doctors and Nurses book. If you want to be in with a chance of winning, simply click on the button below to head over to Rafflecopter website to enter.*
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If you missed the giveaway, you can purchase your own copy of the book on Amazon, Waterstones and other leading bookseller stores.
10% of the RRP print sales go directly to The Covid-19 Urgent Appeal, run by NHS Charities Together (reg charity no. 1186569).