Children’s Book Week review: Barefoot Books

Children’s Book Week review: Barefoot Books

Our books capture the imagination, spark curiosity, inspire creativity and instil a respect for cultural, social and ecological diversity.

I love that statement, especially in the light of yesterday’s post about Save the Children’s campaign to get children reading confidently at a much younger age. With their clever tags to help you decide which level of book to buy for your child, and their age-ranked sections on the website,  there’s always a book that attracts me. I’ve mentioned before that GG’s reading level is much higher than her world experience, and finding age appropriate books that challenge her can be tricky.

Not a problem with Barefoot Books – I can honestly say there is nothing on their website that I wouldn’t be happy for her to read. Here she tells us what she thinks of Winter Shadowfollow:

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