Monday 10 February 2020

Read With Me 2020 #6

Hey there.

Welcome to this weeks Read With Me.


Thank you to all that linked up last week.

This week I wanted to share with you a recent book that my youngest daughter has been reading from Walker Books.

Too Small Tola is a beautiful tale about a little girl who I would describe as small but mighty (just like my last born).


The book is brilliantly set out as there are three stories in the collection and what I love is that it portrays so many things: diversity, empathy and real love for friends and family alike.

I'd describe this as a chapter book which is ideal for younger children heading into the world of longer tales, easing them in with a mix of words and illustrations, which both together really help bring the stories to life. 

Aimed at children from the age of seven and upwards, I agree with the demographic and I would also say that this would be a good book for those older children who perhaps struggle with their reading.
An entertaining book with an abundance of lessons to be learned. Highly recommended from mum and daughter.

Now my favourite post from last week came from Sarah with her review for We Are the Beaker Girls. I miss my eldest reading Jacqueline Wilson books. I'm hoping that my younger two will eventually catch that bug and start to read them with me.

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Happy reading.


  1. Thanks very much for choosing me as your favourite review of last week. I do love reading Jacqueline Wilson books with my daughter, we never get bored of them.

  2. Oh that sounds like a wonderful book.


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