For the next few days I’m going to be sharing with you a backlog of some book hauls I have received over the last two to three weeks.  I wasn’t able to post on this blog for a week and a half due to my laptop going on the blink. :/  First it just didn’t want to work properly and then it completely crashed. 😮  Finally it’s been fixed, but it took longer than I expected and so now I’m a bit behind with posting out all of the things I want to share with you including book reviews and hauls (you may have noticed a late blog tour post having gone out yesterday!).

Today’s book haul is a lovely looking picture book that’s from the wonderful people at Graffeg who make some lovely looking books.  This picturebook is a separate story with some lovely images and is part of a series but is it’s own standalone, with other titles in the series such as Leap, Hare, Leap! and Shark, Swim, Shark!.  Let me know what you think of this one…

July book haul Graffeg close up of book
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Blow, Wind, Blow! by Dom Conlon & Anastasia Izlesou – Chase Wind through the oceans, fields and mountains as, from zephyr to gale, she carries seeds and stirs seas, enriching the world and breathing life.
The third book in the Wild Wanderers series written by Dom Conlon and illustrated by Anastasia Izlesou. From the leap of a hare and the gentlest breeze to a blazing star and ancient trees, Wild Wanderers is a series of poetic exploration which will inspire children across the world. Each book takes a gentle and lyrical journey through biodiversity, environment and challenges to unlock a world of wonder.

 

A review for this and another Graffeg book I got last month will appear on this blog very soon.  In fact I have more blog posts tha need to be posted than spaces to post them, lol.  I just need to get them done and scheduled ready and so I hope you’ll look forward to those and I may even post during the weekend this week too to catch up (maybe).  In the meantime let me know about any books you or your children are looking forward to reading this month!


What do you think of this book?  What picture books do you or your children enjoy reading?  Let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂