Nice review!

Thanks Dan for this lovely review of “Emilio in the Snow”!

You can read it here

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Emilio In The Snow – a FREE Children’s eBook for Christmas!

Free children's eBook

Free children’s eBook

As we are feeling festive, we are going to give away for free the new story ‘Emilio in the Snow’ on Dec 25th and Dec 26th!

“Emilio in the Snow” is charming story of a first encounter with the wonder of snow. We join Emilio, the pocket sized toy, and see a winter wonderland through his eyes. He is shown the joys of sledging, snowballs and snowmen by his owner James.
This is a story for 1-6 year olds – to share with an adult or to read alone.

It will display in full colour on iPads and iPhones and Kindle Fire as well as your home computer or laptop by downloading the free Kindle software from Amazon.

Here are some nice things Amazon customers have already said about the Emilio books:
“An absolutely lovely book – a captivating story with beautiful illustrations”
“Emilio gets up to all sorts of adventures – well illustrated and educational.”
“This is a wonderful children’s story… Would really recommend it for all pre school children.”
“The illustrations are wonderful and perfect for taking on journeys and getting kids excited about the world.”
“A lovely tale to read to little ones at home or on the go.”
“It is cleverly written and my daughter thinks she’s playing whilst reading.”

Don’t miss the opportunity of having this lovely short story to read with your children over Christmas.
DOWNLOAD IT HERE

free - pio pio books

Emilio in the Snow – Free e-book over Christmas!!!

As we are feeling festive, we are going to give away for free the new story ‘Emilio in the Snow’ on Dec 25th and Dec 26th!

Don’t miss the opportunity of having this lovely short story to read with your children over Christmas!!

free - pio pio books

The Science Museum – London

The winter is coming very soon, and again we have the question of what to do with the children in wet, cold weather in England. Well, the Science Museum is a great option. First of all, its free, which is very important these days. They have a basement which has lovely activities for children from aged from 3 to 6 years, where they can play with water, sound and lights – its fantastic. On the 3rd floor you have an area known as the Launchpad, which also has a lot of activities for little ones and older kids. They are educational and help kids learn about maths, physics, chemistry and materials.
I really love this museum, my son is 3 and he loves it too. It has all the facilties for families and small children, so you can as well buy lunch there or bring your own lunch and eat it in the basement.

For more info http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk