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.
Published by Thames & Hudson, Making Faces! by Jacky Bahout and Mamoko Kudo provides hours of creative entertainment, write Mo and Dan Manning.
Switch I.T. Off! Josie Lloyd & Emlyn Rees is the cheapest "smartphone" you'll find – made with paper and full of facts and fun to keep you screen free and connected to people in real life, writes Anne Coates.
Published by Thames & Hudson, Paper Zoo by Oscar Sabini provides a fabulous way to create animals out of collages. Anne Coates reviews.
Best Maths Book Ever from Dorling Kindersley is in fact a book of games designed to to encourage and stimulate numeracy in five to eight year olds. Harriet and Anne Coates enjoyed the experiences.
A beautiful and imaginative book, It Must Have Been You by Zanib Mian and illustrated by Fatima Mian, will resonate with parents and children alike, writes Anne Coates.
Journey Back to the Great Before by Zaro Weil, reviewed by Anne Coates.
Published by Puffin, this children's novel – The Unlikely Adventures of Mabel Jones written by Will Mabbitt and illustrated by Ross Collins – was enjoyed by Pippa Bell as her mother, Alex, writes.