Recently, I launched a competition to win 3 sets of My Little Big Town Books. Now, the books have landed for me to review. The Monster Book of Numbers and The Monster Book of Colours are both from a series of early learning books designed for the most reluctant readers to encourage learning. Both books are written and beautifully illustrated by Calvin Innes. The books are suitable for preschool. They were released on April 2013 and published by My Little Big Town Ltd.
It is paperback containing about 32 pages. The font is big and simple to read. Each page has many different monsters and each monster has quirky names too which makes it very interesting. I would say that this is suitable for children who love monsters, aged approximately 2-3. The monsters do not look scary at all – in fact they look very cute and Ms C loves them.
Where’s The Scone? is a book written by Beth Dexter-Smith and illustrated by Calvin Innes. The book is suitable for aged 1+. It was released on April 2013 and published by My Little Big Town Ltd. It is paperback containing about 32 pages. The font is a good size, simple and easy to read. As with the other books, this book is also beautifully illustrated and on the back page, there is a list of things to find. This is a counting numbers book with funny rhymes and animals that makes it so enjoyable to read.
Disclosure: I received this book from the publisher for free. However, they have not paid me for this review, and they do not exercise any editorial control over my review or anything else on this site.