Books in this section are often read and commented on by someone in the age group they are intended for. Obviously books for young children are written about by their parents! The reviews represent their personal opinions only.
If your you children loved Paddington 2 on screen they'll adore reading his adventures in Paddington 2 The Story of the Movie as well as reliving it with the Paddington 2 Movie Sticker Activity Book, writes Anne Coates.
Twirlywoos Big Book from HarperCollins Children's Books is perfect for toddlers as Kathryn Mayle discovered.
Naomi Mckeri reviews three new Christmas books from HarperCollins: Happy Christmas, Twirlywoos, Bing's Christmas Wish and Bing's Noisy Day – all make perfect presents for toddlers.
Naomi Mckeri has beeen enjoying a range of Harper Collins Children's Books with her daughter, Elspeth: My First MOG ABC, Five Little Pumpkins, Where are the Twirlywoos?, Bing Annual 2018 and Oh Baby The Places You'll Go!
Published by QED, This Cookbook Is Gross is a cookery book with a difference – delicious food presented in a rather unusual way. Dishes look as though they have come directly from a nightmare but taste fabulous. Harriet and Anne Coates review.
Anne Coates reviews the latest Paddington Bear offerings by Michael Bond from Harper Collins Children's Books.
Created by Dan Kainen and written by Kathy Wollard, WILD: Endangered Animals In Living Motion is the latest addition to the bestselling Photicluar book series published by Workman. Anne Coates reviews.
For younger readers,Michael Morpurgo has written a new book Mudpuddle Farm series illustrated by Shoo Rayner: Hee-Haw Hooray. Harper Collins Chlldren's Books has reissued earlier books in the series.
The first tiles on the Natural History Museum Sticker Art series are now available, published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
A boxed collection of 20 classic Dr. Seuss children's stories which makes a perfect present to commemorate a special occasion, writes Anne Coates.
Parenting Without Tears has reviewed most of Jack Croxall's books and he has reviewed other Young Adult fiction for us. Here he tells us about his passion for the genre and how he came to write YA.
The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright and Jim Field has been announced as the winner of Oscar’s Book Prize 2017. Chosen from a shortlist of five titles in a search for the best book for under-fives that have been published in the past year, Oscar’s Book Prize is a celebration of children’s literature supported by Amazon and the National Literacy Trust.