Barefoot in Belfast’s Top 10 for Children’s Book Week

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So this week I’m breaking the mould and sharing the top ten books in Barefoot Towers, to celebrate Children’s Book Week. I’m pretty sure our top 10 Barefoot Books will follow, so I’ve not included any here. And in no particular order…

bill Smelly Bill by Daniel Postgate

green eggs Green Eggs and Ham by Dr Seuss

lost and found Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers

ever Dangerously Ever After by Dashka Slater

blueberry Blueberry Girl by Neil Gaiman

tomato I Will Not Ever Never Eat a Tomato by Lauren Child

maisy Maisy Goes to Hospital by Lucy Cousins

chu Chu’s Day by Neil Gaiman

instructions Instructions by Neil Gaiman

alpha Alphabet by Alison Jay

P.S. We really like Neil Gaiman. You may have noticed!

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2 thoughts on “Barefoot in Belfast’s Top 10 for Children’s Book Week

  1. Daniel Postgate. Never heard of him, but I presume related to Bagpuss man Oliver Postgate? Someone get on to the people that own the Kingdom Centre and say they are missing a trick there, that bit by the bus station needs an Ivor the Engine/Clangers/Bagpuss mural forthwith!

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