So this week for book corner we’ve chosen Little Lost Dragon to review. I bought this book as a gift for Moonpies first birthday, I absolutely love anything to do with dragons or unicorns (hence why luna has a huge collection of plush unicorns and dragons) so I thought it would be one we would both enjoy.
Little Lost Dragon
The tells the story of a baby dragon and his journey to find his family, home and who he really is. Throughout his journey he comes across many different creatures and travels through oceans, jungle, swamps and the icy tundras.
The book is beautifully illustrated, however it’s not quite as brightly coloured as some children’s books we’ve come across. It’s a short story but quite wordy at times, moonpie did lose interest half way through so I think it would be better suited for older children (3 -7.)
Overall Little Lost Dragon is a lovely story with beautiful artwork and short so perfect for a bedtime story. But it’s definitely a book for older children.
Three out five moons from us.
So this is a new weekly segment to the blog, Storytime is a favourite in our house we read a book each day and are collecting quite a little library now.
So each week we are going to review one for you.
(Disclaimer : these are not sponsored/ paid posts, the books are our choice as our the opinions in the reviews)
Let’s get ready for bedtime Snuggle Bunny.
This weeks book is a firm favourite in our house, moonpie loves it because of the snuggle bunny puppet and each page is brightly coloured and mummy loves it because it’s short and sweet.
The book tells us the story of tired Snuggle Bunny and his bedtime routine.
He tidies, washes and brushes his teeth and snuggles into bed without a fuss … how every mum wishes their little one would behave at bedtime.
The illustrations are sweet and colourful and the book is quite short, only a couple of sentences on each page and all rhyming which adds a nice flow to the story itself.
This book is perfect for under 3s bedtime story as the puppet keeps their attention pretty well as do the bright illustrations and it’s short enough for mums who want to do Storytime but our knackered themselves.
5 out of 5 moons from us