Thursday, 11 February 2016

Flying Eye Books Review and Giveaway

Flying Eye Books do a range of lovely illustrated books for the ages of 0 to 14 years. They have recently sent me and Lily 2 lovely books to review and they have kindly let me provide you with the chance to win not one but three books!

The Books I have been sent are called Clap, Clap! by Madalena Matoso and Lets Go Outside by Katja Spitzer.


Lets start with Clap Clap

Clap Clap is a beautiful hardback paper based book that is all about movement and sound. Its a very clever book that doesn't need batteries to create the sounds, instead all you have to do is open and close the book so the pages meet.

This is how it works. As the pages meet it shows the action. For example clapping, when the 2 hands on the pages meet. Then you read out the words to make the sound. Clap, Clap, Clap.

The book teaches children how to relate an action to a sound.

The images are all really bright and bold and the words large and repeated across the page. It also has large numbers in the corners so you can count as you turn the page to see a new action.

The book is aimed at children aged 0-5 and is £9.99.

Lily enjoyed looking in the book at the colourful pages and pointing at the people inside. She loves to clap so for her to see it happen in a book was something new and exciting, I can't wait to start using it more and teaching her new actions.



The second book we have to review is Lets Go Outside.

This book takes you on a learning journey all about the things you can find in the outdoors, such as fruit and vegetables, swings, and hedgehogs.

The book is a hardback paper based book with beautiful illustrations. On each page it shows a bright and colourful image with the word of the image next to it.

This book is great for little hands like Lily's to hold and is perfect for teaching new words and also teaching a child about a subject.

The book is aimed at children 0-3 and is £5.99.

What I love about this book is that it can be used before a trip outdoors, encouraging your child to want to go out and helping your child to understand to look out for these things that can be seen. It can make going outdoors a lot more fun.



You can see more of the range of books Flying Eye Books has to offer here.

Giveaway

If you like the sound of those books reviewed, take a look at these beautiful books that we have to give-away to one lucky winner.


The Wonderful Egg by Dahlov Ipcar 


Toby and the Ice Giants by Joe Lillington


One Day on our Blue Planet ...In the Savannah by Ella Bailey

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94 comments:

  1. One day on our blue planet - The Antarctic looks lovely

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  2. One Day on Our Blue Planet… In The Antarctic I think my little grandchildren would love this book. :)

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  3. One day on our blue planet looks lovely. We akrady have one night far from here which is a really nice book.

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  4. The Little Gardener by Emily Hughes looks lovely!

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  5. I think my son would love the Welcome to your Awesome robot book.

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  6. I think my niece would like the book about the cactus, Hug Me by Simona Ciraolo. :)

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  7. My little ones love a book. I have always encouraged them to read x

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  8. One Day on our Blue Planet: In the Antarctic looks lovely!

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  9. The Little Gardener by Emily Hughes

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  10. Tough Guys have Feelings too! Perfect for my son.

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  11. wild and tame animals!

    Ashleigh

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  12. The wonderful egg sound perfect for my nephew we love Julia Donaldson books and anything where we can sit together he's now 18 months and loves pointing and saying what he sees -

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  13. I like the look of the one day on our blue planet

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  14. I like One Day on our Blue Planet: In the Antarctic

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  15. Hilda and the midnight giant looks good!

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  16. One day on the blue planet 😍

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  17. There's really lots of nice books on there. I like the sound of 'The Little Gardener' by Emily Hughes

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  18. The Shackleton’s Journey Activity Book

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  19. I'd love the Hug Me book for my little girl <3 This one: http://flyingeyebooks.com/shop/hug-me-2/?

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  20. Hilda the Troll sounds like a good read :)

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  21. I like the look of the One Day on our Blue Planet: In the Antarctic

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  22. One day on our blue planet looks adorable!

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  23. One Day on our Blue Planet: In the Antarctic looks too cute!

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  24. Cosmic Adventure looks pretty good!

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  25. i like the wonderful egg but they all look cool to me!

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  27. One Day on our blue planet looks good.

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  28. I like the look of 'Wild' by Emily Hughes.

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  29. One day on our blue planet looks gorgeous.

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  30. Lil’ Merl and the Dastardly Dragon

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  31. Atomic Adventure looks great ! (Kim Styles)

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  32. Love the look of One Day on our Blue Planet in the Antarctic

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  33. The Little Gardener by Emily Hughes

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  34. I like the look of One Day on our Blue Planet: In the Antarctic

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  36. One Day on our Blue Planet

    Lynsey Buchanan

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  37. The "One day on our blue planet" series looks lovely. Our little one loves penguins so she would enjoy the book about Antarctica

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  38. Professor Astro Cat’s Atomic Adventure

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  39. Professor Astro Cat’s Atomic Adventure looks like fun.

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  40. One Day in the Life of Our Blue Planet

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  41. One day on our blue planet...in the Antarctic sounds like a really lovely book :)

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  42. Some really beautiful books there, but Hilda and the Midnight Giant caught my eye because of the fantastic cover.

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  43. The Little Gardener by Emily Hughes

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  44. Hilda and the Midnight Giant Paperback

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  45. I love Penguins so it would have to be
    One Day on our Blue Planet: In the Antarctic :-)

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  46. The book i like the look of the most is How Many Legs

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  47. One Day on our Blue Planet- all 3 grandchildren would love this one :-)

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  48. One Day on our Blue Planet looks so good!

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  49. I love the look of the Hilda comics in the 5-7 range :)

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  50. Professor Astro Cat sounds full of adventure.

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  51. Wild looks like a sweet story to me :)

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  52. Do you hear what I hear sounds good

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  53. Wild seems like a great story. ❤

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