LP and Little Man love books and I love finding new brands to introduce the children to whole new worlds of books. Salariya got in contact and I immediately loved their great range of books – not just for reading but activity books, creative books and just so much to keep children entertained. Their books go from newborn all the way to age 9+ making sure that there is something for everyone.
Salariya sent us a selection of their books and it was great to really get a feel of the range of books they produce – sending so much variety for LP and Little Man.
Little Man’s favourite book was Mixed Up Robots, a beautiful ring bound books that lets a child invent their own robots. The book is split into three sections, heads, bodies and legs and you can flip the pages over to pick exactly what robot you like – with all different shapes and sizes to choose from.
This book keeps Little Man entertained for literally hours and it’s so hard wearing that even with him flipping the pages over as quick as he can there’s no sign of wear and tear. It’s a lovely book that I know will grow with him and he’ll be enjoying for years.
Little Man also loved the Build a Town Sticker Book which is full of different pages to stick stickers on, each with a different theme for that page’s town. There’s a beach town, a pirate town, prehistoric town, snow town and so many more. Each town has a corresponding sheet of stickers to add to that town and Little Man loved putting the stickers exactly where he wanted them.
This is the sort of book that will keep children interested for hours – and can be put down and picked up again the next time they’re looking for something to do. Little Man has been enjoying this book one town at a time and we’re looking forward to taking it on holiday with us too. The perfect book for long car journeys or flights.
LP absolutely loved the Wipe Clean Dot-to-Dot Shapes book. With glossy pages and a special pen to use this kept her entertained pretty much all day. Each set of pages has a beautiful illustration with dotted lines to draw over and even dotted words to practice too.
When drawing LP isn’t the most accurate but this book allowed her to draw a line and wipe it clean if she needed to, giving her endless practice. It’s the sort of book that can be used again and again – and with a handy storage space for the pen in the front cover you know that it will never get lost either.
The Chicken Who Had A Toothache is a really lovely hardback book with beautiful illustrations and a story that both the children loved – although it was slightly odd – as the chicken hatched a crocodile along with her chicks! But the children love an odd story – usually the stranger the better – and they really loved reading this book.
The last book we were sent was the It’s Fun to Draw Creepy Crawlies book which is completely different from any books the children have had before. LP loved to draw and this book shows step by step how to draw different creatures – from bees to snails and so many more – as well as colouring in ideas.
Throughout the book there are facts and information about all the creepy crawlies making it educational too. LP loved practicing drawing the different creatures and I know in time she will master drawing all the creepy crawlies with the help of this book.
LP and Little Man love their new books from Salariya and I know they will feature in our reading sessions for a long time to come.
Disclosure: We were sent the above books for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.