Review: Car Park Party Billionaire Boy

Billionaire-Boy

Back in February, when we were in the midst of lockdown, I saw Car Park Party were touring with Billionaire Boy and they were coming to Poole. We love going to the theatre and were booked to see Frozen with Eliza on her birthday, but understandably it had been postponed for the second time. Her other love is reading and she adores David Walliams, so I decided to book us in, even though I was a little unsure of watching… Continue Reading “Review: Car Park Party Billionaire Boy”

The World of David Walliams Gangsta Granny Stash the Swag Board Game – Review & Giveaway

Gangsta-Granny-Game

I am very fortunate that my kids love to read and their current favourite author is David Walliams. Isaac and Eliza have read all his books at least once and they also enjoy the TV adaptations that are normally on television at Christmas, with their favourite one being Gangsta Granny – Eliza even dressed up as Gangsta Granny for World Book Day, earlier in the year. Now there is a fab new game from Paul Lamond based on the Gangsta… Continue Reading “The World of David Walliams Gangsta Granny Stash the Swag Board Game – Review & Giveaway”

Gangsta Granny Live at Lighthouse Poole

Gangsta Granny

Isaac used to be a reluctant reader but over the past year he has found a real passion for books. It started with Horrible Histories and then Roald Dahl when they studied his work at school towards the end of last year. At Christmas Isaac discovered David Walliams after reading Midnight Gang and we are fast collecting more of his titles for him to read. I think it is important to spend time individually with the kids and last week Isaac and… Continue Reading “Gangsta Granny Live at Lighthouse Poole”

Midnight Gang by David Walliams – Review

Midnight Gang

Looking at Isaac now you would never believe he used to be a reluctant reader. I don’t actually blame him, as some of the books that get handed out by the school are pretty dire, if I am honest. Now, at the age of 8, he devours books. The first ones that really caught his attention were the Horrible History books as he loves looking back at history and then at the beginning of the year they studied Roahl Dahl… Continue Reading “Midnight Gang by David Walliams – Review”