Books Books Books!
Did you know that children’s stories are actually a great way to help your child come to terms with some tricky things in their early years?
Here at Muddy Boots, we have some firm favourites that help us target the harder things in life in a really lovely and child-centred way. With this in mind, and with World book day upon us we thought we would share not only our favourite books with our families but also those we find to be useful tools and teaching moments.
Dealing with loss
Paper dolls – Julia Donaldson
Badgers Parting Gift – Susan Varley
The Invisible String – Patrice Karst and Joanne Lew-Vriethoff
Colour Monster by Anna Llenas
Worrysaurus – by Rachel Bright
Find out about feelings – by Pat-a-Cake and Louise Forshaw
Cyril the lonely cloud – Tim Hopgood
My shadow is Pink – by Scott Stuart
Pink is for Boys – by Robb Pearlman
The same but different too – Karl Newson
Red, a crayons story – Michael Hall
Strictly no Elephants – Lisa Mantchev
Colour monster goes to school – by Anna Llenas
First day at Skeleton school – by Sam Lloyd
Dreams of freedom – Amnesty International
Shaking things up – Susan Hood
For most parents, choosing a nursery leaves them feeling worried about moving on to the next stage of their life. At Muddy Boots Nurseries, we provide early years childcare you can be completely confident in, knowing your child is thriving in a nursery you both love