Thanks for calling in, fancy it being Friday again!
I've found five children's books on our shelves to share with you today.
One - Burglar Bill
A great favourite by that wonderful team of Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
It has brilliant detailed pictures and a funny story with lots of repetition so everyone can join in. Age - 0-5 years
Two - There's a Pharoah in our Bath
One of Jeremy Strong's comic books about an Egyptian Pharoah brought back to life by graverobbers.
Recommended for ages 7-9 years, it offers the right sort of craziness to send those learning to read into floods of giggles.
Three - Flower Cards
Not exactly a children's book but they do like collecting things and these flower cards from cigarette packets were collected by Mr CK's Grandfather (no doubt one of the grown-ups will have given him the cards rather than him buying cigarettes!). I suppose they were the precursor to Pokémon cards, Top Trumps and whatever cards they have nowadays.
I can imagine the fun he had putting them in the album. He did enjoy his garden when grown up too.
Four - Optical Illusions
A collection of peculiarities to confuse your eyes and make your brain go squiffy!
This book was the result of a TV programme packed full of interesting information about people in the past's achievements and things to try out at home.
Perhaps making Irish Coffee is really for adults!
Thanks to Amy for providing the Five on Friday link up.
Enjoy your week!