Our September book of the month Where My Feet Go by Birgitta Sif
A little panda steps outside and his feet have all sorts of imaginary adventures; he is not jumping in a puddle he is splashing in the sea and when he is on a swing his feet are being tickled by the clouds!
A simple but charming story which shows how the everyday can become an adventure with just a little imagination. The delightful illustrations and repetition make this book fun to share again and again and there is lots of scope for playing the story as well.
Lauren, who shared the book with her two year old daughter, writes: ‘Esme and I have been reading Where my Feet Go and she has often picked it up to read by herself or brought it to us to read.’
There have been lots of bare foot adventures during the summer but I can see that ones in wellies would work just as well in the winter time. We’ve been walking in rivers (a tray of water), spinning round the world in a rocket and flying to the moon (on the swings in the park). Esme really enjoys playing 'This Little Piggy' and she also enjoyed making footprints in water on the patio and hiding her feet in the sandpit. We also enjoyed reading the book Alfie's Feet by Shirley Hughes.’
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