Review¦ I was recently sent a copy of ” So you want to build a human?” by Tom Jackson and Jan Bielecki. I’m genuinely impressed by this book and looking forward to writing this review. I think it’s perfect for children in late primary school and the first 3 or 4 years of secondary school to accompany their learning. I have 4 copies to giveaway – just enter using the widget in this blog post!
Review¦ Little Book of Dior by Karen Homer is a must-have for anyone with an interest in fashion. It takes you on a journey from Christian Dior’s childhood all the way through to the fashion house today. Beautifully illustrated with photographs from the very beginning of Dior’s story, it would be just as at home on a coffee table as on a bookshelf. I have 3 copies to giveaway – just enter using the widget in this blog post!
Sponsored Post¦ Sudocrem’s Get Out and Grow campaign just keeps growing and growing (and growing!) You could say it’s just like Jack’s giant beanstalk that reached Giantland. Speaking of Jack, he hasn’t learnt his lesson since he traded his cow for those magic beans. In fact, this summer he’s into giant sunflowers! He’s looking for mums, dads and children all over the nation who have been growing beautiful yellow sunflowers this year to show them off for the chance to win a prize.
Giveaway (Collaborative Post)¦ Sudocrem has been a staple in my home for my entire life. My parents used it as me on a baby, I used it on myself for spots in my teens and now I use it on my daughter. Yet, I didn’t know that its name evolved from an Irish pronunciation of ‘soothing cream’. Now, 88 years after its invention in Dublin, a new advertising campaign all about soothing has just been launched.
Giveaway¦ Did you know that a surprisingly high percentage of primary school children have never grown a sunflower or their own fruit and vegetables? Sudocrem’s Get Out and Grow campaign is working against this. I’m excited to be part of their latest incentive, in which you can win a gardening kit for your school!