This lovely rhyming tale is the perfect story to share at bedtime. Packed full of fun ideas to help little ones feel sleepy, including wearing cosy socks, cuddling favourite toys and our favourite, asking the ‘Know It All Book!’
This is the book you need for those nights when your child just can’t get to sleep.
Little Radio UK
When sleep eludes poor Milo and Cat, the pair try everything to get to bed. We loved all of the ideas they tried for falling asleep, especially when they tried them all together! We also enjoyed the surprising twist at the end, when Cat realizes the one thing that could have helped than all along…
I highly recommend this book as a welcome addition to any bedtime story rotation. It will certainly be a regular part of ours!
Whitney Beatty / Amazon
This is such a fun book to read and the illustrations are FABULOUS! It’s become an instant favorite in our house – with a lot of “more Milo” requests and I’m happy to re-read it. We love the expressions on Cat’s face. Just delightful.
Jamie M / Amazon
This is by far one of the cutest rhyming books I’ve seen for kids. Illustrations are adorable and the rhyme scheme is well done. I especially like the ending and little ones will like it, too.
This nature activity book and companion journal set isn’t a typical diary. Rather, these books will equip children with everything they need to make a nature journal of their own, which will help give outings with the kids a new energy and purpose. Miro Tartan’s whimsical watercolour illustrations are charming, as are the craft suggestions, like making a wind chime out of a tree branch or foraging for ingredients to prepare a colourful “meal” of sticks, stones and leaves (a particular favourite with our testers).
I am amazed at the level of craftsmanship and dedication it took to make this book, and the sheer ingenuity and imagination of the author and illustrator. I bought the companion workbook too, and I had high expectations for this and the workbook, and I am absolutely blown away. There are so many activities in here ranging from the simple to the advanced, all things that you can do with things found “around the neighborhood”…even if you don’t have kids, like myself. I’m inspired to try these out right now…while I’m not gawking at the creativity of them and the beauty of the illustrations.
This book is beautiful! The playful watercolor images first caught my eye and, as I took a closer look, I knew I needed to add this book to my library! I spend a lot of time outdoors as a mom and teacher and I like how this book provides ideas that are approachable for everyone, whether they spend a lot of time outdoors or are just getting comfortable with nature play. The activities are fun, engaging, and appeal to many different interest and skill levels. I’m excited to add the companion workbook to my collection next!
Each activity is ranked by messiness, time and effort required. The companion workbook is filled with labels for the various activities, so kids can cut out and paste them into their nature journals. We think these books will encourage the kids to spend more time outside, as well as getting them into the mindful practice of journaling each week. The perfect activity over spring half-term and summer hols.
I bought the companion workbook along with the main Tiny Explorers: Into the Wild book. I am blown away (evidenced by my leaving reviews — I never leave reviews!) So much thought was put into this, it is evident, and it paid off. I can’t wait to get hands on with these activities as well as share them with my kids (I’m a teacher, too!) Even just looking at the beautiful watercolor illustrations, I feel like I’m already in nature