So it’s been a while! Life got busy and priorities changed. But I’m back.
After school today we ventured up to the village and looked in a couple of charity shops.
Here’s our little haul:
Usbourne See inside Your Body -£2 (we love these books, lift the flap with lots of information, we have a small collection of these ‘encyclopaedia’ type books for young children)
Mr Bounce – 25p (dudes favourite books at the moment are mr men)
Dear Greenpeace – 50p (written by a local author who visited dudes school recently)
Usbourne noisy Knights – £1 (beat loves noisy books but the ones we have he has ruined as they are paper pages, this is board so hopefully can’t be damaged!)
Cinderellas bum – 50p (funny story book by an it hor we like)
The Giants loo roll – 50p (same author)
We love books so this was a great little find. Highly recommend getting books from charity shops as they are a fraction of the price.
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