Happy Christmas

With just a few days to go, we wanted to take the opportunity to wish you a very Happy Christmas from everyone at Ladybird.  We’ll be back with more blog posts in the New Year so check back then to read the latest from the Ladybird Team.

Read on to find out how you can win these six new books from Ladybird

The Ladybird Blog has been a new venture for us and we're having a great time writing about what we know and love. We really hope you’ve enjoyed reading the various posts and it would be great to hear if there is anything in particular you would like us to cover in the future. Just let us know by leaving your feedback as a comment on this post – we’ll then put your name in the hat and you could win these six Ladybird books, which will be published in January 2011. 

If you’d like to tell your friends about the Ladybird Blog and give them the chance to enter this prize draw, you can click the 'Like' button below and the link will be posted to your Facebook page.

Spread the Christmas cheer!

Wishing you a very Happy Christmas and all the very best for 2011.

The Ladybird Team

The Prize Draw will take place on 6th January 2011 and the winner will be notified by January 10th 2011.

27 thoughts on “Happy Christmas

  1. oley says:

    great initiative.ive a little boy who likes reading.i am looking into getting the ladybird books as ive had recomendations from others.i am interested in the peter and jane series for my lil boy.great reading material for little ones!thanks for the blog.it sure will enlighten and inform us more.

  2. sarah broadhurst says:

    great blog, lovely books included, great to see new books for children. i would love to review books for you if possible — i work in a sure start children’s centre and at a local primary school in their early years department and love to share books with teh children.

  3. Iman Alsadi says:

    great blog, lovely books included, great to see new books for children. i would love to review books for you if possible — i work in Jerusalem Palestine in the filed of children art illustration and love to share you some of my illustration work that i made it with waxes.

  4. Mrs M. Green-Thakrar says:

    I would be interested in blogs on phonics and reading ages.
    My 3 year old can already read and my 7 year old I think reads about 3 years beyond her age. I’d like ideas of what in the Ladybird range would be suitable for them and also maybe Ladybird tackling updating the reading age test, as it is now so severely out of date. I get so fed up contacting publishers about what might be suitable for my children age-wise and to be told consistantly that “reading age” is unimportant and that children develop at different speeds. I know that, but I like to know which content is suitable.
    Also, we’d love to review books for you, but looks like you have lots of volunteers already!!

  5. Sureyya Ahmet says:

    It amazing to see books that were my all-time favourites are still such a big influence in my daughters generation. They really do inject a sense of innocence and familiarity bcd into our adult lives…thank you Ladybird for your continual succession of great reading that my 15 month old daughter loves so much!

  6. afroze says:

    thk u for yr excellent style which makes the little ones pick up phonics n all necessary vocabulary litlle by little. i will be v happy to get some books for my 5yr old daughter inshallah. these books were recommended to me by her teacher.pls give us some nice books for 5-6 yr old children.

  7. Frances Kellett says:

    Great books, my son is only 2 but he loves reading books with me. We have a lot of the baby and toddler books and looking forward to helping him learn to read with some of the older ranges. It would be nice to have some childrens reviews of the books on your blogs, perhaps some recordings of younger children talking about the books too?!

  8. Simone Riches says:

    What a wonderful prize to kick start the New Year!!
    Five Little Ducks (the rhyme) is already a firm favourite in our household as this is something we learnt at Baby Signing and something we sing on a regular basis in the car!
    Ladybird books are fantastic for children, engaging, colourful and beautiful stories!!

  9. Loved Ladybird Books as a child; loved reading them with my children; shared them with many children when working as school librarian. Now reviewing books for http://www.parentsintouch.co.uk to bring them to as wide an audience as possible. Would love more to review and will review these if I win. Thank you!

  10. Geri Gibson says:

    Gran here, loving reading old favourites the second time around and discovering the wonderful new books for little ones. Would love this prize!

  11. Catherine Miller says:

    I would love to see recommendations for different levels of development and tips for parents encouraging their kids to read 🙂

  12. Leanne McLoughlin says:

    We have ‘whose bottom?’ lol Alex loves it. I used to love Ladybird books when I was younger – so much so that when our school had fancy dress of book characters for book week, I dressed up as ‘the ladybird from the ladybird books’ hahaha – everyone else was a Disney princess and I had a bit of cardboard and red & black crepe paper on my back and black tights on my arms and legs. I won a book token though x

  13. janice channer says:

    I have always loved Ladybird books…I had them when I was a child and now my children have them…
    Maybe interesting to have some comments and info from some of the childrens authors and also some quotes and comments from the children themselves…many thanks indeed

  14. Beth Hales says:

    I’d love to see some reviews by guest bloggers. And perhaps a blog about phonics and reading ages – it can e hard to find books at the right level for my 5 year old who is beginning to read, and loves reading to his 5 month old sister.

  15. Leanne McLoughlin says:

    Meant to also say – it would be great to get some more ‘cot books’ for babies and touch/feel books x

  16. malena penney says:

    we find the ‘old but goodie’ ladybird read it yourself books a great hit. My 3 year old can already read quite a few of them.

  17. Masiel Otero says:

    I would love to have bilingual books. I was born and bred in England but now live in Spain. I speak to my girls in English and read them english books but it would be great to have something specific for bilingual children.

  18. Thank you to everyone who has left a comment – they are great to read and we are delighted that you are enjoying the blog. We have lots planned for our blog for 2011 and hope to cover all you’ve requested! The winner of the prize draw has been contacted this morning but thanks again to everyone who entered.

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