Category Reading with Daddy

Can you ever have too many books?

After a loooooooong wait (clearly he just wanted to build up the suspense…), here is M’s first official post.  All thoughts expressed are his own and do not necessarily represent those of his management, a.k.a. me 😉 Over to M: We have a lot of books. Not compared to a library of course, but by […]

A book to celebrate C and H’s wonderful daddy

‘I love my daddy‘, by Giles Andreae, illustrated by Emma Dodd (published by Orchard Books) is a gorgeously illustrated Fathers’ Day cuddle in a book. The sweet rhyming couplets on each page are accompanied by lively, colourful pictures and refer to a whole range of common scenarios in our house and C had a LOT […]

Who am I and why am I here? (M’s first post!)

I’m C and H’s dad and an avid Story Seekers follower on this blog and on Twitter – out of choice I should add, rather than duress! As is abundantly clear from her previous blog posts, Loll is incredibly passionate about children’s books. Am I as passionate? Well, no, as that’s virtually impossible, but I […]

A new member of Story Seekers

OK, so my husband, M, doesn’t exactly count as a brand new member as he’s been on board with the Story Seekers idea from the start, but recently I’ve been thinking more about his involvement in how and what we read with C and H.  This is partly inspired by ‘Read It, Daddy!’ and his […]