4/11/2016

The River by Little Tiger Press - Review & Competition



"In snow capped mountains, among the firs, The North wind blows; something stirs. Through icy water, a small fish darts - This is where her journey starts..."

We are lucky enough to work with Little Tiger Press quite often and over the past two years have collected quiet a few of their books, most of which are treasured dearly. It comes as no surprise that they have quickly become one of our favourite publishers as I think they produce the most beautiful stories both lyrically and visually and their newest release The River is just that.

Follow a little fish on her epic journey downriver as she travels out into the unknown, from fresh water rivers to the vast deep ocean. This story contains the most beautiful illustrations from Hanako Clulow, like a work of art on every page. The River isn't just nice to look at but also has a lyrical narrative, with rhyming verses and a magical moving lenticular 'swimming fish' on every page. This book is an accessible exploration of the natural world, from river to wide open sea, an ideal way to spark our little one's imagination and fascination with the world outdoors.  


The River is a hardback book written by Patricia Hegarty and illustrated by Hanako Clulow. It costs £10.99 and is aimed at 3-5 year old's though Noah thoroughly enjoys it and he is only 2.

How would you like to win a copy of The River? To enter all you need to do is use the Gleam form below. Good luck and don't forget to enter my other competitions


The River from Little Tiger Press
 
t&c-
 1. 1 prize to 1 winner.
2. Prize supplied directly from the PR.
3. Competition ends 16/05/16
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.

76 comments:

  1. they love geocaching at mo! @msedollyp

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  2. The youngest still really enjoys going to the park to play on the slide and swings.

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  3. harry loves his water and sand table

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  4. Going for a woodland walk! Or a picnic!

    AShleigh

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  5. We love going to our local park and playing on the slides and monkey bars

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  6. We all love going on long dog walks together, chasing the dog about and wearing them all out, a bonus!

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  7. The slide and the trampoline in the garden!

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  8. Cycling.

    Rachel Craig

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  9. Margaret Clarkson
    walking on the beach

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  10. my little one is just getting the hang of his balence bike so we like going out with that!

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  11. Digging anything and everything!!!

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  12. We love to run about, especially on the beach (whatever the weather) and in the park. I'm sure he does it coz he knows I can't keep up!

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  13. My two youngest boys love going to the beach and exploring.

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  14. My daughter loves picking up flavours and looking at the birds.

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  15. My boys love a game of football!

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  16. Going to the park.

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  17. going to the beach and playing in the sand

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  18. Going to the park and splashing in puddles

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  19. My son loves playing in the sand pit or simply running around :) x

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  20. H likes playing chase with Jac the dog in the park and D loves to do chalk drawings with me

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  21. My grandson William loves fishing with his dad

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  22. We love playing "tig" outside or even just racing round the local park burns off a little bit of energy

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  23. My son loves playing football!

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  24. My son loves exploring new places, especially walks around all the nearby castles :)

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  25. son loves paying with water in the back garden, ive had to buy him an all in one waterproof suit!

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  26. Looking for creatures in the garden. He found a millipede recently and named it Frank.

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  27. My 3 year old loves playing on her scooter & my 1 year old loves swings and slides.

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  28. Definately riding his balance bike to the local park...trouble is he wants to do it at 6.30am on a Saturday morning!n ;)

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  29. My daughter loves going to the park more than anything :)

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  30. Going out for a walk in her pram to feed the ducks

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  31. We like playing in the sandbox in the old greenhouse.

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  32. Playing on the slide and kicking a ball about

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  33. My granddaughter loves going out on her new scooter

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  34. The slide and trampoline for my niece. She's a bundle of energy.

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  35. The slide and trampoline for my niece. She's a bundle of energy.

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  36. Jumping in puddles and playing football

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  37. She loves going for a walk with the dog

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  38. Sadiyya maryam13 May 2016 at 22:53

    She loves walking or scooting to our local park and playing in the playground and also just exploring. We often go hiking so she loves that too.

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  39. He loves his little sand pit and little house in his garden

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  40. Jumping in puddles - hopefully wearing wellies

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  41. My son loves rock- pooling on our local beach

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  42. Walking in the woods

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  43. Pam Francis Gregory15 May 2016 at 21:16

    Playing football

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  44. Walking in the local park and the countryside with our dog. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  45. joanna kasznicki16 May 2016 at 10:04

    Riding bikes

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  46. Football!

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  47. Building sandcastles on the beach

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  48. Both my children love climbing the huge frame at the park.

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  49. Pauline Burroughs16 May 2016 at 17:27

    Sand pit and water using anything they can lay their hands on - like my kitchen sieve!

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  50. We love going on nature walks. Xx

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  51. We love going on nature walks. Xx

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  52. Crabbing in the rock pools

    Kirsty Fox

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