Monday, 21 January 2013

Barefoot Winter Sale; week 2

Friday seen phase two of the fantastic Barefoot Books winter sale.  With up to 45% off  lots of our Barefoot favourites hardback titles, this is a great time to stock up on birthday and christening gifts or to simply treat your little one to a new bedtime story. The sale is on until 3rd Feb, with the last week of the sale seeing a 20% discount off everything on the site. Don't miss your chance to get great quality hardbacks for the same price as paperbacks. Here are a few of my favourites, to help with your browsing

For newborns and babies

Mrs Moon

Cosy up for bedtime and hum along to lullabies both old and new. The twenty-two selections in this richly textured book are meant for dreamtime sharing. Book with CD edition includes songs sung by Dana Kletter.

For toddler and young children


Share a traditional tale and provide a stepping stone into the land of art and story. The seven folk tales in this colourful collection are well known and well loved, and each imparts an important lesson using humour, action, adventure and classic characters. Book with CD edition includes stories read by actor Jim Broadbent.

For older children

The Kite Princess

Princess Cinnamon Stitch is a tomboy who has no interest in courtly life. She'd rather cartwheel through puddles and dance with alley cats. Can she show the king and queen that there's more to life than being pretty and good? Includes instructions for making your own kite.

The Adventures of Odysseus

As Odysseus fights his way back home after the Trojan War, he has to endure harrowing ordeals and adventures, and even when he returns to Ithaca, his troubles are far from over. Acclaimed storytellers Hugh Lupton and Daniel Morden bring the poetry of Homer to life, and illustrator Christina Balit’s stylised paintings give life to mortals and immortals alike. Includes two full-length CDs of the story read by the authors.

Don't forget, if this is you are making your first Barefoot Purchase, get an extra 20% off here 

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