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Winter is here and what better time to come in from the cold and get cosy with a fantastic story? Whether your child is a Roald Dahl or a Dr. Seuss fan, here are a selection of Room to Grow’s suggestions of exciting new books in 2019. Suitable for various different age groups they are sure to get your child reading. So, put your feet up and prepare for a season jam-packed with great reads!

1.Baby Shark by Nathan Neary

The latest song craze that children just can’t get enough of has now been turned into a storybook! Featuring beautiful but funny illustrations of Mummy shark, Daddy shark and the rest of the shark family, sing-along activities and informative guides this is sure to be a hit with all youngsters under the age of 5.

Published: 7th February 2019

2. Men in Scotland by Roger Hargreaves

The Mr. Men are back and Mr. Strong is taking part in the Highland games in Scotland! This story follows their exciting trip as him and his friends take in the sights, but will Mr. Strong succeed and become a champion? Mr Men and Little Miss Celebrations books introduce children to all the common special occasions including birthdays, Christmas, Halloween, Easter, sporting events and even a trip to the moon is thrown in the mix.

Published: 10th January 2019

3. Bad Dad by David Walliams

From comedian turned best-selling Author David Walliams, Bad Dad is a fast and furious, heartening story of a father and son duo on a fast-moving cops and robbers adventure as they take on Mr. Big the villain. A story sure to have you on the edge of your seat and laughing out loud! Accompanied by illustrations from creative genius Tony Ross, this is an engaging read for a slightly older child.

Published: 7th February 2019

4. Great Women Who Worked Wonders by Kate Pankhurst

Written by Kate Pankhurst, a descendant of the iconic Emmeline Pankhurst, this book is all about various incredible go-getting women of the past in the world of work. Discover the story behind bold female doctors to scientists and even hot-air balloonists and learn some mind-blowing facts along the way. A question on most children’s minds from a young age is ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’, which works perfectly with the important message which runs throughout the narrative that when you make the most of YOUR own talents you can achieve almost anything. A truly inspiring read for children.

Published: 7th February 2019

5. Will you help me fall asleep? By Anna Kang & Christopher Weyant

Many children struggle to fall asleep independently, this story is a great addition to your bookshelf to make the bedtime process run more smoothly. Monty the frog just can’t sleep, he’s tried everything from counting sheep to bedtime stories and nothing seems to do the trick. This story aims to relax your child at a time when they may be feeling slightly anxious and prepare them for a great night’s sleep.

Published: 2nd May 2019

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