28 October 2014


It's been a while since I shared what we're reading and after thinking back to this little beauty and the in run up to Christmas, I thought it was time to share some more good books on the blog. So I'll be posting a super collection of reads for kiddos and adults alike every Tuesday to help you tackle those stocking fillers.

Our book collection is steadily growing and I'm finding our shelves are spilling over with various titles, but as soon as I saw this book I couldn't resist sharing it with you. Sloth Slept On is a fun tale of adventure with a sleepy sloth that's discovered snoring away in the garden. With quirky illustrations, we follow the children as they try to uncover what kind of creature their new companion might be from a ballerina to a space creature or even a swash buckling pirate.
The children soon realise they need to use their detective skills if they want to help their friend get home. The illustrations and text intertwine as they reveal fun facts about the sleepy sloth, which your little one will love to discover. Since reading this book F has taken a keen interest in the three toed tree huggers wanting to learn more about the animal and it's natural habitat.

This is a fun read for little ones and a great introduction into these gentle animals.

*We were provided with this book for review purposes. All opinions are 100% my own.


  1. Aw what a gorgeous looking book. I love the illustrations and the idea behind it.

  2. I love love those illustrations! I am adding this to our list. We love books and always looking for new ones :) x

  3. such beautiful illustrations! I'll look out for it for sure. We brought W back some french books as a gift from Paris which I think I will blog about soon x

  4. This looks lovely, such sweet illustrations! We so need a few new ones here. xx

  5. Oh I love her books! I haven't seen this one, but we have one about conservation, it's so good. I keep meaning to post about it and not getting round to it, gah. I will have to keep my eyes peeled for this one! x

  6. What a wonderfully colourful book! I imagine it'd be great with a trip to the zoo.

  7. Those illustrations are gorgeous. I mean to share more of our books we read too as it will be lovely for the kids to look back on in years to come. x

  8. you always pick books with the best illustrations!

  9. I love the artwork in this one. I'm adding it to India's Xmas wish list (I think i do that with all your books!!)



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