Lovely book ideas to celebrate Mother's Day & Shakespeare Week

Posted by iChild, March 07, 2018 3:13 PM

Dads and children will be spoiling mums all over the country on Mothering Sunday. Then, starting on Monday, schools and poetry lovers across the land celebrate Shakespeare Week. So we've selected some lovely books from our iChild Shop to help children to mark both occasions!

Mother's Day

Baby Touch, interactive book, "Hello, Mummy!"


"I love my Mummy" Board book

By Giles Andreae (author) and Emma Dodd (illustrator)

I love my mummy board book

Mum Colouring Book

Mum Colouring Book

Why I love my Mummy

By Daniel Howarth (author and illustrator)

Why I love my mummy

With my Mummy Board Book
by James Brown (Author),‎ Cally Johnson-Isaacs (Illustrator)

With my mummy

Visit our iChild Website for lots more lovely Mother's Day activities

Shakespeare Week

What's so special about Shakespeare?
By Michael Rosen (author) and Sarah Nayler (illustrator)


World of Shakespeare Stickerbook


Bravo, Mr William Shakespeare!
By Marcia Williams (author)


Illustrated stories from Shakespare


Mr William Shakespeare's Plays
By Marcia Williams (author)


Romeo and Juliet: Shakespeare stories for children 
By Andrew Matthew (author)


Shakespeare Children's stories collection
Twenty Shakespeare titles, re-told for children, with great illustrations. Helpful for grown-ups, too!



Plus, the iChild website has a wealth of word perfect activities to celebrate Shakespeare Week!


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