Monday, 18 November 2019

Read With Me 2019 #46

Hello everybody and welcome to another week of Read With Me linking. Thank you to all who linked up last week, I always appreciate your comments and views.


Last week I talked about what I like to do with my books when I've finished with them and I was thinking more about it and I realised that its a big shame with ebooks because you can't automatically pass that book on for someone else to enjoy.

It would be nice if a sharing system could be thought up for electronic books, or perhaps there already is and I don't know about it yet?

Friday, 15 November 2019

Pop Pop Hair Surprise Toy Review

ad I was kindly sent the items in this post free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

My children love a toy that they get to make a collection of, and funnily enough this latest toy I'm about to share with you was one that they'd been watching a lot of You Tube videos about so when I made it known that we would be getting a delivery of Pop Pop Hair Surprise dolls, their screams of joy could be heard far and wide.


A pop of hair, a pop of style, a pop of surprise!

These toys are fantastic (as a parent it isn't very often that I say that and mean it.)

Priced at £7.99, you get real value for money because they you actually receive three characters in one package.

Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Alice's Wonderland Tea Party November Book of the Month

I have always been a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland. It's a tale that has appealed to many generations of adults and children and with that has come many interesting adaptions. I was recently sent a fantastic version from Little Tiger Group, Alice's Wonderland Tea Party by Poppy Bishop. 


Alice wants her tea party to be perfect. Not silly like the Mad Hatter's. No growing or shrinking, or - WAIT a MINUTE! Where has the Cheshire Cat gone? And why is everyone upside down?

This book is beautifully illustrated and begins in the most interactive of ways, with a fold-out invitation to the reader to a rather spectacular Wonderland tea party. Now who wouldn't want to attend this sort of party?

Monday, 11 November 2019

Read With Me 2019 #45

Hello you lovely lot and welcome to another weeks Read With Me linky. Thank you to everybody who took the time to link up and comment on other posts last week.


I've got piles of books literally building up at home right now. Between books that I've been sent and books that I have bought, I have simply run out of room.

Normally I share them between my kids school, charities and friends but for some reason I just haven't found the time to sort this of late.

What do you do with books when you've finished with them?