Wednesday, 5 February 2020

What We're Reading - The Little Raindrop (with Giveaway)


It's National Storytelling Week and it just feels right that I share our What We're Reading post for the month since we love storytelling! 


This month Scarlet has been really enjoying The Little Raindrop by Joanna Gray, it's the perfect storytelling book for toddler and children starting to read on their own. The story follow The Little Raindrop through the entire water cycle from falling out of the cloud right through finding it's way to the ground and beyond. 


You can follow along on the adventure of The Little Raindrop as he travels through the various waterways in the river on his long journey. You can see all the animals and environments The Little Raindrop must travel in order to complete the water cycle. The book brings a big learning aspect of understanding where rain comes from and what the water cycle really is.


I love the art style in the book, it has the feel of a pencil drawing. There are no harsh outlines with colouring pencil completing the whole image giving a softer, more natural look to the whole book. This style really helps to give life to the water and the nature in the book. 

You can purchase The Little Raindrop from £4.80.

To Celebrate National Storytelling Week I have decided to hold a few giveaways over the next 4 days which will round out the end of the week. The first and biggest giveaway being for a copy of The Little Raindrop, a copy of Zoom, a wheely good book of colours from the My Little World range, an A5 colouring book, an A5 dot-to-dot book and a packet of 12 small colouring pencils. A lovely little prize that would be perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.


For your chance to win enter using the Gleam widget below and keep up with our social media pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the other giveaways in the coming days.

Good Luck! 


Terms and conditions:
  • Entrants must be aged 18 years or over.
  • Competition is open to UK residents only.
  • Entry into this competition confirms your acceptance of these Terms and Conditions
  • The winners will be selected at random from all the correct entries received before the closing date and time.
  • The giveaway will run for 1 calendar month from 00:00 on 5th February 2020 and will end at 23:59 on 5th March 2020
  • All prizes must be accepted as offered. There can be no alternative awards, cash or otherwise.  
  • There will be one winner who will receive a copy of The Little Raindrop, a copy of Zoom, a wheely good book of colours from the My Little World range, an A5 colouring book, an A5 dot-to-dot book and a packet of 12 small colouring pencils.

23 comments:

  1. my daughter loves 'more ketchup please'. it is funny!

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  2. She is really enjoying the That's Not My ... series, especially the one about the dinosaur.

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  3. Just Like Me by Vanessa Newton.

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  4. Violet likes The Tiger Who Came to Tea

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  5. My daughter loves the peppa goes to london book we have

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  6. My son has many favourites but lately he loves how to hide a lion from grandma

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  7. The Tiger who came to tea

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  8. My boys love 'Aliens Love Underpants' at the moment.x

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  9. Billionaire Boy

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  10. Its all about the Teddy Bears Picnic at the moment

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  11. I don't have a young child. My niece loved the Faraway tree stories. If I am lucky enough to win I would like to donate to charity for some child at Christmas. x

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  12. We are loving Fab prize please enter me in to your draw ! splosh at the moment , its a book we got from our library for national book week - we must read it 10 times a day !

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  13. The favourite book is still the Gruffalo.

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  14. My daughter's favourite book is You choose at the moment.

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  15. the very hungry caterpillar - such a great classic

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