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{reading moment of the week}

Well, there have been lots over the past couple of weeks with the new influx of wonderful birthday books. But these pics were taken the morning after Milo’s birthday.

Milo is completely loving and obsessing over this, The Usborne pull-back Busy Car Book.

A genius concept! A thick board book with grooves in the pages where you slot in the little red car that comes with it. Then you just pull back the car and watch it whizz round the busy town. There’s text on each page so you can read along as the car is driving and the illustrations are choc full of things to look at and talk about.

Milo adores it and I have to say there is something quite mesmerizing about watching the little car whizz about in its busy way. Love, love, love!

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  1. Wow, I think my little guy would adore this! Thanks for sharing such a neat concept book.

    January 10, 2012
  2. Hello, I’m just wondering where you have disappeared to? I hope all is well and you had a nice Christmas/new year and things 🙂 Sending hellos from North of the river! 🙂 x

    January 17, 2012
    • natashaworswick #

      Hello! All is well! We’ve just been a little too poorly and hectic recently for me to fit blogging in 😦 Hoping to get back to it very soon though. Hope you and yours are well… I spied a moomin placemat in one of your recent posts. Milo received the exact same one for Christmas from us and I love it! The size especially as it seems to just about catch all the mess that surrounds him when he eats!

      January 19, 2012

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