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Happy Bookmas day three!
Today’s giveaway is Max and his big imagination: The Safari
To win today all you have to do is like our page and tell us what your ducklings favourite animal is.
Don’t forget to tag your friends for additional entries.
Sumayyah our Teen Bookclub Patron, almost done reading her copy of Children of Blood and Bone! Current Book, for our Teen Bookclub!! Meet up and Book discussion is in one week, enough time for our super cool members to have completed reading the book!!! Exams are over , so no excuse 😊!!! Register your Teens and get them reading!!!
Day two of Bookmas!
To win a copy of Max and his big imagination: the sandpit, just like our page and tell us in the comments below what colour his digger is on the front cover of the book 💙
Bonus entries for tagging friends!
Reading develops language skills.
While you may speak with your children every day, the vocabulary you use is often limited and repetitive. Reading books ensures that your child is exposed to vocabulary on different topics, which means they hear words or phrases which they may not hear otherwise in their day to day lives. The more words they know, the better. Let’s get our children reading !!!