The world of Beatrix Potter has been around since the early 1900s, and has grown in popularity over the years that followed. Her anthropomorphised animal characters are well-loved by children all over the world, from the naughty little Peter Rabbit to the unfortunate Jemima Puddle-Duck. Potter’s continuing favour among families can be seen in the extensive range of merchandise depicting Peter and Friends, including toys, tea sets, and clothing.
Anyone who has organised a party knows how stressful it can be, so here at For Reading Addicts we thought we would offer our help! Here are a few pointers for anyone thinking of organising a party for a child’s birthday, or even for Easter. From bunting to cakes, from table decorations to gifts, we have you covered…
The Table Settings
The Cupcake Stand
The Paper Plates
The Paper Cups
A while back we told you about the Roger Heargreaves’ Mr Men/Doctor Who mash up that was in the works, and finally we will wait no longer! They. Have. Arrived!
Before we show you the first lot on offer, let’s have a moment to prepare ourselves, while The Warp Zone sing the song of my people…
Season 7, Special Episode 2 saw them celebrating a group of popular female writers who sing a parody of Little Mix’s song, Black Magic. The video stars Jessica Ransom, Dominique Moore, Gemma Whelan and Louise Ford, as Beatrix Potter, Malorie Blackman, Enid Blyton and Jacqueline Wilson.
Check it out below!
Toto: The Dog-Gone Amazing Story of the Wizard of Oz on Pre-order Now
HarperCollins has confirmed that it will be publishing a retelling of Frank Baum’s classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz written by children’s author and former Children’s Laureate Michael Morpurgo. The news was announced at the London Book Fair this week, and is already sending waves of excitement through the industry. Read More
She was born on 29th of April 1965 in Chicago, Illinois, the city she loved and lived in all her life until her death on March 13th 2017.
She will be missed by all who love her: from her beloved family to her amazing fans. Her award-winning books are part of her huge legacy, and her curious and creative spirit lives on in them, and in her children.
Her YouTube videos and TedTalk contributions were funny and inspiring, and the impact she had on the world and people around her will never be forgotten.
Rest in peace, Amy.
“The House on Pooh Corner”
You could call it the house on Pooh Corner, but it’s more of a grand estate with 9.5 acres of land. It’s not quite the Hundred Acre Wood but if this picturesque cottage doesn’t leave you dreaming of Pooh there’s something wrong and if you have £1.9 million lying around, it could all be yours. Read More