My Little Big Town - Book Review

We love books and have recently discovered My Little Big Town. A book children's book publisher based in Yorkshire. We were kindly sent the following books to review.

The Monster Book of Numbers
Written by Calvin Innes, this little book is big on numbers and has cute monsters on every page. It starts at number 1 to 10, then goes in increments of 5 to 25 and jumps to 50! An ideal little book to help make learning numbers and counting fun, with your little monsters. The illustrations are fun and bright. Both monkeys enjoyed this book.

 Stuart The Bug Eating Man
Again, written by Calvin Harris, this paper back book has 74 pages and is part of a collection of books 'A tiny twisted tale'. It tells the story of Stuart, a man who loves bugs, much to the disgust of his wife. A fun book which young children will love and laugh at. Big monkey certainly did! Cool black and white illustrations adorn the pages depicting the tale. Ideally suited to ages children of junior age I would say. A very funny read.

Pirates Don't Play Cricket
This book is by Iain O'Brien and Rowan Gibson. A lovely glossy paged book about Dan and Priya who come across a group of Pirates playing cricket! Highly illustrated and another fun read. Both monkeys enjoyed this great book, especially big monkey who loves all things to do with swashbuckling at present. As luck would have it, he is also interested in cricket, so this was a winning combination.

These three books are great for little minds and can be found via My Little Big Town on Twitter and Facebook.

*We were sent these books for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions are my own*

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