Today I’m excited to share with you a bumper book haul from publisher Graffeg. These books all came at different times in the last month or so, but I’m sharing them all with you today as I can’t wait to read these and then share my reviews! Graffeg publish lots of books but these are all children’s picture books and there are some books in a series I already love Ebb and Flo as well as plenty of new ones! Let’s take a look and I’ve separated this into two photos (apologies for the front covers being only half visible in the first pic)…
Imagine Eating Lemons: A Children’s Introduction to Mindfulness by Jason Rhodes & Richard Dearing – Welcome to Chester Chestnut’s minature woodland world.
Follow Chester’s journey as he gains a clearer understanding of his thoughts and feelings through the practice of mindfulness.
With vibrant illustrations and playful rhyme we discover some of the simple benefits of mindfulness and how we can use it to settle our busy everyday minds.
Bob the Dog Gets a Job by Tracey Hammett & Angie Stevens – Bob the dog is a busy dog, she always likes to have a job. One sunny day she gets a job seling ice cream in a dinky van. But when she rins out of cones and the ice-cream nozle sticks, Bob has to think quickly to save the day.
The Invention by Julia Hubery & James Munro – Caretaker’s daughter Fili is sad to see her neighbours bustle in and out, too busy to talk. But will feeling sad help – or is a bit more imagination needed?
Fili gets to work creating an Invention that just might build bridges between them all.
Ebb and Flo and the Sea Monster by Jane Simmons – A journey home from Granny’s house turns into a big adventure when the family’s boat is stranded and they have to camp out for the night. Ebb and Flo keep a lookout for the mythical Morgawr, but sea monsters don’t really exist…do they?
An enchanting seaside tale about the myth of a local sea monster.
And now for the two more which came in the post most recently…
Grow, Tree, Grow! by Dom Conlon & Anastasia Izlesou – Watch Oak grow taller each year as it becomes a home for a hundred different species of insects and plants that, inch by inch, find their place in a rich forest of trees.
Ebb and Flo and the Baby Seal by Jane Simmons – Flo and Mum are busy and Bird is talking to the ducks, so Ebb sets off to find someone to play with. Suddenly, she comes across a baby seal. At last! A Friend! But the baby seal is a long way from home, and it’s up to Ebb and the family to find its mother all the way on Seal Island.
An exciting rescue story about teamwork and friendship.
Don’t all these picture books sound and look interesting? I can’t wait to read them, in fact I’ve already been checking them out and will have reviews for these soon on the blog. You can see some other Graffeg book reviews on the blog already up later this week! 🙂 Keep an eye out for those if you can, and in the meantime let me know what you are reading. 🙂
What do you think of this haul? What books are you looking forward to reading? Let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂
These books look so pretty and inviting! I love children’s books. I’m curious to read your review on “Imagine eating lemons”. It was the first that got my attention and I was excited to see it’s about mindfulness! Looking forward to it!
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Thank you, it does look so inviting, it’s the book that got my attention the most from the cover too! 🙂 I’ll definitely have a review of it soon, it’s great mindfulness is reaching children 🙂