29 July 2018

Musselburgh Racecourse Family Day with Lucas Ice Cream

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As a child I remember my Grandad being right into his horse racing and greyhound racing but it's something I've never really thought about or been around to really think about. I know there's a few horse racing courses near me and have heard people talking about family days but I've just never been. This all changed on Tuesday this week when Musselburgh Racecourse invited the family and I along to their family race day and it honestly was a total treat.


The race course was quite easy to find with it being well sign posted and of course the handy sat nav just in case. Parking was free and plentiful and there was even a little shuttle bus taking you from the car park to the entrance grounds if you fancied it. Just to note that the entrance isn't far from the car park at all but it really is a great help for guests who really need it. With Logan having autism he really hates walking so we jumped on the bus to save a fuss, it was fab.


Upon entering the grounds our reserved picnic table was slightly to the right of the stands and it gave a perfect view of the horses coming towards the finishing post. We were also treated to an amazing luxury picnic box each and free ice cream!! Did you know that kids go free (with a paying adult) on their family days? Plus inside Musselburgh Racecourse they had some brilliant children's entertainment for free as well! This included face painting, tea cup rides, a little merry go round, a massive Mega Motion ride and a small dragon roller coaster. It really was a fantastic day.


We arrived for 12pm when the gates opened and the first race started just after 2pm (there were 7 races throughout the afternoon). This gave us plenty of time to enjoy our awesome picnic lunch and loads of time for the kids to relax and enjoy the rides. It meant everyone was pretty settled and ready for the first race to begin. I have no idea what I'm doing when it comes to betting on horses but we put on a little flurry for fun. Sad to say we never won but a lovely friend did which was really nice.


Even though we didn't win any races the Musselburgh Racecourse Family Day was absolutely amazing and I'd definitely recommend getting along to the next one if you can. Such a brilliant day out for everyone.


This is a collaborative post. All opinions are my own.

27 July 2018

Review: Hape Toys Sushi Selection

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I'm a big fan of wooden children's toys, they just always seem more robust and clean if you know what I mean. I also love Sushi! A bit strange I hear you say however did you know that the lovely children's brand Hape have a super cute wooden Sushi selection set for kids! It's honestly totally amazing and Harlow was lucky enough to be sent one to review.



So who are Hape? "Hape Toys is one of the world’s largest producers of toys made from sustainable materials. Hape toys are both creatively designed and eco-friendly. Neither culture, nor language, nor gender inhibits the intuitive process of play. All of the products meet, and more often, exceed the strictest international standards for quality and safety. But behind the innovative designs and meticulous quality lies the even stronger ethos of Hape."



Harlow was super thrilled when she spotted her sushi set and couldn't wait to get stuck in. Each sushi set has 21 pieces altogether and is suitable for ages 3 years and over. Included in the box is; 1 x serving plate 4 x Chopsticks 2 x ChopSticks stand 2 x plates 1 x Sauce 2 x round sushi 2 x red caviar Sushi 2 x sushi rice 1 x sashimi 1 x shrimp sushi 3 x Square Sushi. It really is the cutest little wooden toy set I've ever seen.


My toddler can be quite demanding *cough* hash bash when it comes to her toys but these beauties from Hape have stood up to the test. She's played with these daily for weeks now and they're still like new. Well done Hape for making such a robust toy.

I love that this set can introduce children to a different kind of food and also hints at sharing with two pairs of chopstick for your little one to enjoy with a friend. It definitely sparks imagination and encourages role play for young minds. Harlow really loves this set and will happily play with it on her own with her dolls or sometimes she'll come and grab myself or her Daddy to play with. She's always in charge of course and likes to boss us around.


This set is made from FSC-certified wood and retails for £19.99 on Amazon. It would really make a great gift as it's so unusual or why not buy it now and save for Christmas! I've been buying a few bits and pieces and storing them away so always worth a thought. 


We were sent this product in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

24 July 2018

Family Friendly Places to Visit Near Salou

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The heatwave in the UK at the moment is amazing but if like me and you live in Scotland you'll know that the good weather never lasts. So if you're planning a family break abroad soon you'll definitely want to read this post for some ideas. I've talked about Lanzarote and Tenerife before but another fab family friendly holiday destination is Salou. We've stayed just on the outskirts ourselves and know a lot of family who have visited and really enjoy it there. It's not too hot if you pick the right time of year and a lot of hotels cater for families with their entertainment and kids clubs.

So if you're planning on visiting Salou as a family you'll want to know what things you can do when you get there. Read on to see my top picks on why you should visit Salou with the family.


Barcelona City Day Trip
Only an hour and a half from Salou is Barcelona city. It's a busy bustling place full of culture, amazing buildings and street performers. It sort of reminds me of the Edinburgh Fringe but in the sunshine! Anyway, a day trip to Barcelona is well worth it and if you have time for only one sightseeing outing then it should definitely be La Sagrada Família. It's a store of medieval style cathedral and of course it's still under construction. Who knows when it will actually be finished!

Portaventura World
This is 100% a must visit attraction with the kids. It's a massive amazing theme park full of different worlds to visit and rides to experience. My son was big enough to get on all of the rides (he's 8) and oh my goodness they were amazing. The Furius Baco ride is like a bat out of hell so be prepared. My 3 year old loved the Sesame Street adventure area as a lot of the rides were more suited to her age and slower. There's lots to do and see in the park and not just the rides so highly recommend a visit.

Barcelona Zoo
The kids normally always love visiting some animals so if you've had enough of the pool then why not visit Barcelona Zoo. It's full of fabulous exotic creatures and a timetable of activities to keep everyone amused. You can watch the penguins being fed or go and see the dolphins plus so much more. Definitely worth popping in with the kiddos.

Ferrari Land Park
Exactly what is says in the tin a theme park dedicated to Ferrari. It's right next to Portaventura World and you can normally get joint tickets to visit both attractions so look out for those. They have a nice restaurants inside, shows, shops and of course massive roller coasters and a brand new kids area with 5 amazing attractions.

Salou Beaches
A lot of the beaches in Salou are lovely and you'll often find some of the hotels have their own private stretch of sand with sun loungers. We were lucky enough that our hotel did and it was bliss because it had it's very own bar as well. Perfect if you're all inclusive and need some refreshments. We also had some water sports equipment next to the bar so we hired a pedal boat one day. The kids really enjoyed doing that.

As you've read there really is lots to see and do in Salou so it's well worth a visit even if you're going without the kids or just as a couple. Find out more about Salou with Holiday Gems and I guarantee you'll want to visit for yourself. Go check their site right now!


This is a collaborative post. All opinions are my own.

20 July 2018

Review & Giveaway: Penwizard Personalised Blaze & The Monster MachinesBook

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Being a total book loving family in our house we always love to add new bedtime stories to our collections. I'm also a big fan of personalised items so when Penwizard got in touch to see if Harlow would like to review their new Blaze and the Monster Machines book I couldn't resist.

I'm sure a lot of you will be familiar with Blaze from nickelodeon, I know Harlow definitely is. She loves watching him zoom around with his monster machine pals and saving the day when Crusher goes out of his way to ruin it. It's that reason why I couldn't wait to get my hands on this personalised story for her because not only does her name get added to the book but one of the characters in the book is personalised to look like her too! How amazing is that.


So the book is actually called Harlow and Blaze Catch Crusher! since it's personalised. It will of course be your child's name instead of 'Harlow' when you personalise it online yourself. It's a brilliant story book where your child has decided to visit their best friends, Blaze and AJ. However, it wouldn't be a normal day in Axle City without something going terribly wrong! When Crusher sneakily steals Gabby's toolbox, it is up to your child, Blaze and their friends to catch Crusher and to save the day!


Your child will be fully integrated in the storyline and illustrations. The illustrations are my favourite as there's so many ways to personalise which is great. As well as entering the child's name, (which will appear throughout the story and on the cover of the book), hometown and birthday, you can personalise the child's character to mirror their likeness. The character personalisation includes: skin tone, hair colour/style, eye colour, clothing colour and the option of glasses. It really is fantastic and can you imagine your little ones face when they see themselves in the story!

There is also a wonderful option of leaving a personal message (up to 100 characters) which is printed on the first page, making this book a memorable keepsake to share with your child for years to come. Quite a nice option if you're giving this as a present too.


Harlow received the large hardback copy of the book which retails for £19.99 but there's also the option of a softback for £14.99. You should have seen her wee face when she got her book she was so excited. I showed her all the illustrations of how she was actually in the book and also pointed out her name on each page. She was thrilled and couldn't wait for me to read it to her.

We both loved the story and Harlow sat contently for me to read it to her. I think the fact she's in the story makes it better for her so she'll concentrate on it more than other stories. It was the perfect bedtime story to end a busy day.

This book would honestly make the perfect gift for any Blaze and the Monster Machines fan and you can get 10% off your order with my code - BLAZE10. Just pop it in at the checkout and you're good to go. Happy shopping!


As well as this amazing discount I also have the chance for one lucky reader to win their very own copy of this fab personalised book for their little one. Simply enter via the rafflecopter widget below. Good luck!


We were sent this product in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

17 July 2018

5 Top Summer Camping Essentials

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This run of good weather just keeps on going and with the British weather being so fine at the moment it’s definitely time to get a camping holiday organised for the family. The hubby and our son have done quite a few camping trips now and have learnt a thing or two during their adventures. So to help you out on your next camping trip I’ve put together this little list of top 5 summer camping essentials to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.


Big Tent
Let’s start with one thing you’ll 100% need especially if you’ve got the kids with you. A nice big tent! It’s definitely worth spending a bit of time investigating which tents will suit your needs most and also it’s worth spending a bit of money here too. If you’re camping with the kids you’ll want a tent that’s reasonably fuss free, easy to set up and has space so you’re not all bumping into each other. I’d suggest looking at some of the inflatable air tents as they’re quick to go up and surprisingly sturdy.

Sleeping Bags
Definitely invest in good sleeping bags. Sometimes the summer ones seem cheap and tempting but it can get quite cold at night in a tent so purchasing a good sleeping bag is key. Make sure and get something for ground cover as well, such as a blow up bed or thick foam mat. These will help keep you off the ground and feeling warmer in your sleeping bag at night. If travelling with the kids you can even get a double sleeping bag to share so it’ll keep you both cosy and you’ll be able to keep an eye on them.

Camping Chairs
It might be alright for the kids to sit on a picnic blanket for hours but if you’re like me and get a bit sore and stiff after a while it’s a good idea to have some camping chairs on your trip. There’s loads of different kinds available but I find a good fold-able chair quite comfy and you can pick them up at a reasonable price from lots of different shops or online. The fold-able ones are normally light weight as well so easy to carry even for the kids!

Camping Food & Stove
Depending on where you camp there might not be a lot of options for eating out nearby and half the fun of camping is surviving in the wild and cooking your own food. With this in mind it’s good to purchase a stove and some camp food to take along with you. There’s a lot of stoves out there that are quite cheap to buy and come with some kind of pot to cook your food in. I like using the Wayfayrer food pouches for camping and they boil up in a pot nicely. Plus they taste like real food and the kids enjoy them. It’s worth noting that during the hot summer weather camp fires aren’t advised so a stove is a lot safer option. We don’t want any accidental wild fires!

First Aid Kit
No matter where you go or what you do someone always ends up hurting themselves and when you’re in the middle of nowhere it’s a good idea to keep a little first aid kit handy. I like to make up my own in a plastic lunch box and include things like plasters, small bandages, micropore tape, pair of scissors, calpol, midge repellent, insect bite & sting cream, sudocrem, painkillers, tick remover etc. It’s good to be prepared, at least I like to be anyway.

This is a collaborative post. All opinions are my own.

15 July 2018

Review: Orchard Toys Superhero Lotto

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If you're looking for some new games to keep the kids busy this summer holiday then you've got to check out Orchard Toys. They've recently released some lovely new additions to their collection and the kids have been sent one to test out. Here's a little bit about Orchard Toys for those of you not familiar with the brand: "Orchard Toys started out around a kitchen table making blocks and stencils for a local nursery school. Now, over 40 years later, we ship to over 50 different countries around the world and are recognised as a leading manufacturer of educational games and puzzles both in the UK and globally.


We are proud of our British roots, and still design, produce and pack all our products from the market town of Wymondham in Norfolk. With a reputation for quality and durability, we pride ourselves on creating products that can withstand the wear and tear of little hands, whether this be at home, in a childcare setting or in schools."

As you can see Orchard Toys are a super British brand who care a lot about their products and the children that use them. They kindly sent Logan and Harlow their brand new Superhero Lotto game to review so here's what we thought.


First thoughts from myself are the excellent colourful inclusive packging the game comes in. It's a sturdy box with a boy and a girl superhero on the front and lots of helpful snippets on information and pictures on the back. A quick scan over the box from my 8 year old and he knew how to play this game right away. The 3 year old can't read yet but after explaining the rules and how to play she got stuck right in.

As the name suggests the game is a fun superhero matching game which features two levels of difficulty for younger and older players. Perfect for my two with their big age gap. There's 4 superhero boards, 24 item cards and 1 instruction leaflet included in the box. To play you simply click the superhero boards together, choose if you want the easy or the harder side to play, spread out the item cards face down on the floor and you're ready to begin. Each player then takes it in turn to select an item card, turn it over and see if that item matches anything on their superhero board. For the easy side of the board it has the 6 items all pictured for you. On the harder side it has a photo and a list of stats at the top and 6 blank item spaces so you've to use your brain to work out what items go with which superhero. Great for working that grey matter.


This game is suitable for ages 3-7 and for 2-4 players. It's great for developing matching and memory skills, encouraging observational skills and helps to promote discussion. Children really do learn through play and Orchard Toys games are so good at helping that learning. We really do love their games and have a stash of them in our house.

Both Logan and Harlow really enjoyed the Superhero Lotto matching game. With Logan being that bit older he found it quite easy but still loved to play and Harlow really enjoyed finding all the items and matching them to her board. She was even feeling generous and helping me to fill up my board when we were playing together, how kind.


Superhero Lotto retails for £7.75 and I'd highly recommend for all those superhero lovers out there. It's bright, colourful and perfect for little hands to play. It's compact as well so makes for an excellent travel game. We recently took it on holiday with us up North to keep the kids busy.

We were sent this product in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

13 July 2018

The Three Sisters Bar do Fringe For Bairns

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The Edinburgh Fringe is almost upon us and if you're like me and trying to stop the kids killing each other then you need to get yourselves along to the Three Sisters bar in Edinburgh's Cowgate for some free fun at their Fringe for Bairns events. Yes you read that right, totally FREE fantastic fun for all the family.

From Sunday 29th July to Wednesday 1st August the Three Sisters have some brilliant fun packed days full of lovely activities for the kids. As I mentioned the event is totally free but if you do happen to enjoy the performers there's an opportunity to give donations on the day however it's not required - just a nice thing to do if you want to.


Here's a taster of what's on the agenda;

Sunday 29th July
9am-12am- Frozen Sing-a-Long with Anna & Elsa
12am-2pm- Fairy-tale Themed Arts & Crafts, Magician, Balloon Modeller, & Face Painter

Monday 30th July
10am-12am- Lego Games, Lego Themed Arts & Crafts, Magician, Balloon Modeller, & Face Painter
12am-2pm Bricks 4 Kidz - Glasgow, Scotland

Tuesday 31st July
10am-2pm- Animal Themed Arts & Crafts, Magician, Balloon Modeller, & Face Painter
10am-2pm- Petting Zoo

Wednesday 1st Aug
10am-2pm- Superhero Animal Themed Arts & Crafts, Magician, Balloon Modeller, & Face Paint


The Three Sisters have also partnered with Scottish Autism as they'll be hosting free kids cinemas every Sunday throughout the fringe bringing you Disney classics, cinema snacks & special guests. How amazing is that! These events are of course very relaxed and child friendly so if the kids wants to jump around and sing along it's totally OK. It's all about the kids having fun at the end of the day.


Cinema Shows - start at 9am;

Sunday the 29th July - Frozen Sing-A-Long with Anna and Elsa

Sunday the 5th August - Live Action Beauty and The Beast with Belle

Sunday the 12th August - Brave Cinema and Kids ceilidh

Sunday the 19th August - Moana Cinema with Moanna

And since the kids might get pekish (when do they not!) there'll be plenty of different street food stalls available so no one will be going hungry at #Fringe4Bairns. I'll be there with my two on Monday 30th July so if you see me do pop over and say hello. Hopefully I'll be able to talk if I'm not refereeing fight number 1,289 for the kids!


8 July 2018

Review: Strictly Briks Brik Tower

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I'm always looking for new ways to keep the kids busy and occupied with their little hands. It means they're less likely to use them on each other! Recently I've noticed we seem to have an abundance of Lego in the house but not many toys or accessories which we can use to play along side it. This is where Strictly Briks comes in. They provide a wonderful assortment of accessories compatible with Lego, Mega Bloks, Tyco, PixelBlocks, KRE-O, or K'NEX Bricks etc which gives tons of opportunity for exciting play.


The kids were recently sent some of their lovely products to try out and when they spotted the Strictly Briks Baseplates plus stackers they couldn't wait to get stuck in. The particular pack we were sent contained 6 baseplates and 50 stackers. Each baseplate measures 10”x 10” so a decent sized square. The first thing the kids did was build a tower with the baseplates and stackers. It reminded me of a multistory car park and Harlow filled up each section with Lego and a different array of toys.


Logan was really impressed with the size of the tower and thought it was great he could lounge on the sofa and play at the same time. Both the kids found it easy to stick Lego bricks and figures to the baseplates and loved using other toys on it as well, especially Harlow. She really enjoyed placing lots of her little toys on the Brik Tower.


The baseplates and stackers pack we were sent retails for £21.99 on Amazon at present and if you like the look of the Strictly Briks products there's a whole host of sets to choose from. There's rainbow plates and stackers, a basic briks bag, circle and half circle base plates, road base plates, there's clear base plates etc. The list really does go on. A quick search on Amazon and you'll be able to see what's available. The good thing about Strictly Briks is that all of their products promote creativity and learning through building so the fun never stops.


These stackable baseplates make building vertically quick and easy and take creative building to the next level. Overall myself and the kids found this Strictly Briks product very sturdy and easy to use. For the price it's a decent add on to any Lego, Mega Bloks, Tyco, PixelBlocks, KRE-O, or K'NEX Bricks type products and definitely adds another dimension to the type of play.

We were sent this product in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

7 July 2018

6 Outdoor Toys you need in your garden this Summer

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With the sun set to be shining for weeks to come and the schools finally out for Summer I can see there's going to be a lot of garden time for the kids on the horizon. It's not often us folks in Scotland get to enjoy such amazing weather so whilst us Mums, Dads and Grandparents soak up the rays why not keep the kids busy in the garden with these 6 top outdoor toys from what2buy4kids. And of course make the fun even sweeter by entering my 10% off discount code at the checkout - BRENEWS218

Sky Zoom Copter
I totally loved these when I was a kid and at £5.99 they're a bargain garden toy to play with. Suitable from ages 6 upwards kids will have great fun flying the Sky Zoom Copter outdoors. This outdoor helicopter has a rip cord launching mechanism so batteries are not required. It's simple and easy to use and can provide hours of entertainment.


Nick Baker's Bug Safari
My daughter loves beasties and bugs and this bug safari set for ages 5+ makes an excellent toy for budding animal lovers. The set allows kids to get the perfect view of a range of different creatures and you can use the kit to capture different mini-beasts then observe them before setting them free once more. Kids will love seeing how many different creatures they can find in their own garden or at the park, making this a gift that’s both educational and lots of fun. RRP £13.99


Bump n Go Bubble Train
This cute little engine is perfect for the younger kids in the family. Suitable for ages 2-4 years this amazing little train not only makes it’s own way around, cleverly avoiding obstacles but it even blows bubbles as it goes. Train sound effects included. Simply fill it with the bubble solution and what it release a continuous stream of bubbles from the chimney. RRP £16.99.


Soak 'n' Sling Balls
Add a twist to the usual water balloon fight with these soak n sling balls which can be used again and again. The colourful sponge balls absorb lots of water so make great toys in the paddling pool too. You get 2 balls in each pack and at £2.50 they're the perfect price!


Dinosaur Pop Up Play Tent
It's so hot in the sun at the moment that this fab pop up play tent is perfect for hiding in the shade and letting their imaginations run wild. Kids will love going on a dinosaur adventure featuring a wonderful Jurassic-inspired scene, the tent’s highlight is a fearsome T-Rex and Pterodactyl. It's easy to assemble and can be popped up at a moment’s notice to provide a fun play environment indoors or outside. RRP £27.99 and if dinosaurs aren't your thing there's always pink, blue, fairy, knights castle, space rocket or pirate designs to choose from.


Sand Cupcake Set
Talk about taking sand castle making to the next level! This cute little sand cupcake set is an amazing accessory to add to any garden sand pit. I know my daughter would go crazy for this. At £10.99 it's a fair price and kids will love making sandy cupcakes for their teddies to pretend eat. Simply fill the cupcake mould with sand before adding a cupcake topper, then ‘bake’ in the sun. With four separate moulds, kids can make cupcakes for the whole family.

4 July 2018

Celebrating 3 Years of Breastfeeding

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In January of this year I finally stopped breastfeeding my daughter. She’d just turned 3 and her little teeth were getting a bit too much for me so I decided it was time to stop and finish our journey. I felt quite sad about it all but also had a sense of achievement around it too. I never intended to breastfeed for so long but it some how just happened. It’s probably down to the eagerness and strong will of my toddler and me being a lazy bum and letting it continue. She was happy though and I wasn’t at all bothered that we were still going so all was fine.

As I said I stopped shortly after her birthday in January. I was dreading the bed time meltdowns of not having the boob however she’s actually been ok. A couple of times she’s cried to be breastfed but a quick cuddle and some kisses has made everything better. The only issue now is a new bed time routine. Before it would be a snuggle down to feed on mummy and daddy’s bed before one of us lifted her into her own bed for the night. This was fine as it worked but with no longer feeding it needed to change slightly.

So now after Harlow puts her pjs on it’s straight to her bed with at least 3 stories before the lights go out and she makes us sing her some songs. Usually wheels on the bus and incy wincy spider. For a while she was happy with this and would go straight to sleep but now she wants us to lay down beside her in her bed. If the other half or I don’t do this is seems to be a complete battle and crying fit for the whole night! That worked for a while but now nothing really works. I’m being a completely bad mum and giving her the iPad to watch Moana or Frozen for a little while and that usually sends her to sleep. I’m not sure if the lighter nights are making bed time more difficult as well. Let’s be honest, it’s not dark at all is it. Even with black out blinds and curtains it’s just not keeping all the light out. If you have any tips for bed time then do send them my way as they’ll be much appreciated. You think you have the bed time routine cracked then it all changes. Nightmare!

Breastfeeding really did help me lose a lot of the baby weight (and more) that I had gained during pregnancy and now that I’ve stopped I’m having to watch what I’m eating again. It’s so hard though and I often find myself pigging out so I’ve put some weight back on. We can’t have it all though can we (I wish). If I could possibly lose a stone or even half a stone I’d be quite happy. Well I say that but then is anybody ever really happy with their weight or the way they look? My clothes are getting tight though so I do need to calm down on the food or take up exercise.

I’d love to hear your extended breastfeeding journeys and how you’re getting on so please do get in touch. You never know I could always feature you on the blog.


2 July 2018

Review & Giveaway: Ultimate Cars & Space Number Crunch Books

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This month Carlton Books have sent Logan two new additions to read and review for them. As you'll know from previous posts we're mad book fans in this house and any new book for reading is an exciting prospect. Space Number Crunch and Ultimate Cars arrived on our doorstep in record time and Logan seriously couldn't wait to dive in. The day these arrived he was actually having quite a tricky day to himself so these two books cheered him right up.


Fancy flash cars seem to be a thing of beauty and wonder among the young kids at school and Logan's definitely interested in them himself. He's always watching YouTube videos or scrolling Instagram with his Dad so the Ultimate Cars book has given him something to drool over at bed time. This book has 80 pages packed with a high octane mix of the world's hottest cars, from supremely stylish sports classics to the latest in full-throttle super cars and hyper cars. Retailing at £9.99 and suitable for ages 6+ it makes a great little gift for the tiny car lovers in your life.

Logan was so thrilled to receive his copy of the Ultimate Cars and scanned the pages with resound interest. I wasn't allowed to leave his bedside while he proceeded to recite interesting facts and throw pictures of amazing cars in my face. To say he loved this book is an understatement. One of his favourites had to be the double page spread of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport. It's so sleek and eye catching and fast!! Did you know that the Veyron can go from zero to 200km/h and brake to a standstill again in just 12.5 seconds! Amazing.


There's so many different sections in this book to keep the reader entertained from weird wheels to one-off wonders and of course off road warriors. I highly recommend for the car fanatic in the family.

Next up is Space Number Crunch. There are a few number crunch books to buy with Logan already having the Dinosaur Number Crunch in his collection. Space Number Crunch did not disappoint with a very excited boy sponging up all the facts as soon as I passed the book over. Space is something that really fascinates Logan and with 4 or more visits to the National Space Centre under his belt in the past few years he really was delighted to receive this book. There's 96 pages full of incredible galaxies, brightest stars, coldest planets, amazing astronauts, longest spacewalks and so much more. It's £9.99 and suitable for age 6+ as well.

This book is perfect for young inquisitive minds who want to know what's going on in outer space. It really helps Logan settle down and calm before bed which is great as he really needs that. I'd also recommend as an additional home education resource as every page is crammed with small junks of interesting facts that will keep the kids enthralled. Logan hates reading big chunky pieces of writing for long but these number crunch books are excellent for breaking it down and keeping it fresh. They use fab images, fonts and lots of colour to pull in the eye and the rest follows doesn't it.


So if you like the sound of both Ultimate Cars and Space Number Crunch then you're in luck as I have 3 copies of each to give away to 3 luck readers! Simply enter via the rafflecopter widget below. Good luck!

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