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Books to get your toddler reading


Baby Fergus drives the tractorIt’s been a very exciting week: the absolute highlight was playing with some lovely friends on their farm, complete with tractors and sheep and wild pigs and more tractors.Β  Fergus had a ball and we even let him drive (see left; he’s a natural ;-)).

On the writerly front, my authors’ copies arrived in the mail today and more reviews are arriving or in the pipeline. I can’t help but be excited, even though I’m trying to focus on writing and playing πŸ™‚

Even more exciting, the next winner of the Frances Lincoln Diverse Voices Childrens Book Award will soon be announced….I can’t wait!

THANK YOU to everyone who has read or ordered Takeshita FergusreadingTakeshitaDemonsDemons so far…

As you can see, Takeshita Demons is a thrilling read for all ages.

Fergus’ review goes something like this:

Takeshita Demons has a fascinating cover and interesting feel, and the pages flick very nicely. You can even read it upside down. It doesn’t taste as good as I’d hoped. Tuna is better. So is broccoli.

There you go, ladies and gentlemen. You heard it here first.

Author: cristyburne


2 thoughts on “Books to get your toddler reading

  1. Thanks Marjorie…what a great review πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Thanks so much. I’m so glad you enjoyed it πŸ™‚ And last night looked like fabulous fun… We missed being there but the photos (from Nicky) look great.
    For those who weren’t there: Will post the award ceremony photos soon…


  2. Gorgeous photos πŸ™‚ I’ve just got back home following this year’s Diverse Voices Award announcement. I really enjoyed your video – and great news about the selection lists for Takeshita Demons. Congratulations! And talking about reviews, we just posted our review at the beginning of this month –
    Deighted to hear there are to be two more books!


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