Monthly Parenting Magazine

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Beautiful books for nature-lovers, birdwatchers, stargazers and little explorers in this month's releases

One for sorrow by Mr Gresty

A puzzled magpie called Sorrow sets off on a journey to find his lost Joy.

This uplifting and original story is designed to help parents support children in understanding their own emotions, and of those around them. With an introduction by Jo Brand.


Animalphabet by Julia Donaldson

Each page of this exquisite pop-up book draws you further into a beautifully vibrant world of huge elephants, slithery snakes and growling tigers. It’s an interactive guessing game with eye-catching artwork and an exotic array of animals to marvel over.


Seeing Stars by Sara Gillingham

This keepsake volume of visual reference and beauty is perfect for inquisitive young stargazers, mythology-lovers, or anyone with the curiosity to look up to the night sky. Each cluster of stars is featured alongside the story behind its naming and tips on how to find it.



World of Birds by Robert Hunter

Full of fun facts about bird species, you can press each page and listen out for the sounds of tropical birds, birds of paradise and even songbirds from your own back garden. This stunning interactive book is perfect for young nature lovers.


When Sadness comes to call by Eva Eland

When Sadness arrives, try not to be afraid- give it a name, listen to it and spend some time together. Maybe all it wants is to know that it’s welcome. This beautiful debut by new author-illustrator talent Eva Eland takes a poignant yet uplifting look at dealing with uncomfortable emotions.


First Atlas by Hannah and Holly

A wonderful first atlas, this title introduces little ones to the world around them. Explore each continent and say hello to the people who live there. Little ones will delight in discovering new transport, food and iconic buildings from around the world.


Molly Moon’s Mission by Duncan Beedie

Molly the moth lives in the back of an old wardrobe. She loves her home and her family but she yearns for adventure. So, by day she helps her mother look after the larvae, and by night she prepares for her space mission to the moon!