Bluey: Grannies

£ 5.94

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About the Author

Bluey is an Emmy award-win­ning Aus­tralian chil­dren’s tele­vi­sion pro­gramme cur­rent­ly show­ing on Dis­ney+ in the UK that cel­e­brates play. Along with her friends and fam­i­ly, blue heel­er Bluey enjoys explor­ing the world and using her imag­i­na­tion to turn every­day life into an amaz­ing adven­ture. Join Bluey in this fun new col­lec­tion of sto­ry, activ­i­ty and nov­el­ty books.

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Additional information

Dimensions 18.8 × 1.8 × 18.9 cm
Publisher

Ladybird 3 Feb. 2022

Language

English

Board book

24 pages

ISBN-10

0241551838

ISBN-13

978-0241551837

Reading age

4 - 7 years

Dimensions

18.8 x 1.8 x 18.9 cm

Reviews

  1. Biblet

    Lov­ing itI got this for my lit­tle girl she loves bluey and loves the book. She wont put it down

  2. Ama­zon Customer

    Bril­liant bookMy 4 yr old grand­daugh­ter loves to watch Bluey on TV and this book was a great success.

  3. Sarah C.

    Cheap look­ing bookShame as we love bluey and have oth­er books. This one is small, not the full sto­ry and looks cheap­ly put together!

  4. Star­ry night

    Just the job for a 3 year-old Bluey fanMy three year-old nephew loves Bluey – who is becom­ing more of favourite than the Paw Patrol pups, so this book was just the tick­et for him. I wouldn’t nor­mal­ly choose a board book for him, but the sto­ry is a per­fect­ly good length for a three-year old. The book is full of pic­tures of Bluey and fam­i­ly that live up to expectations.The sto­ry begins with Bluey and Bin­go play­ing at being Grannies, then video chat­ting with their Nana to try to dis­cov­er the answer to a vital­ly impor­tant ques­tion: can grannies floss?I liked that this book fea­tures some very nor­mal parts of mod­ern life, includ­ing calls to granny being made via video chat… and Nana being a bit hope­less at cor­rect­ly lin­ing up the cam­era (my Mum is a shock­er for this, so my nephew can def­i­nite­ly relate here!).There’s a decent life les­son in here too: about whether it’s always best to wor­ry about being right.

  5. Stusie

    It helps if you’ve seen the show…Our four year old loves Bluey, and he was already famil­iar with the “Can Grannies Floss” episode of the show that this book is based on. To be hon­est it helps to be famil­iar with the show — and the episode — before read­ing this 24 page board book. Whilst the illus­tra­tions are bright and fun­ny, the text is so bad­ly writ­ten that I had trou­ble fig­ur­ing out what was hap­pen­ing. In the sto­ry Bluey and Bin­go have dressed up as Grannies, but when they start fool­ing around and Bin­go starts to floss, Bluey won­ders — can grannies floss? We have fun read­ing the book togeth­er, but I just can’t help feel­ing that if it was trans­ferred from TV to book form with a lit­tle more care, it could have been so much better.

  6. Audrey Haylins

    Engag­ing sto­ry and pic­turesAnoth­er great Bluey book for the col­lec­tion! Bluey is my 3 year-old daughter’s favorite show and we have a fair col­lec­tion going through the house.My daugh­ter par­tic­u­lar­ly loves the episodes where Bluey and Bin­go pre­tend to be grannies, so we knew she would love this story.The book is a stur­dy hard­back with good, thick board pages that will stand the test of time with an impa­tient tod­dler. The illus­tra­tions are bright, engag­ing and true to the show, and the sto­ry is enjoy­able for both tod­dler and parent.Thanks for read­ing my review. I hope you found it helpful.

  7. Red5

    Nice bookMy 2 year old is Bluey mad and so we all know the grannies floss­ing episode very well like all of them. It’s pret­ty much the episode in book speak which our daugh­ter enjoys because she already knows the sto­ry and loves Bluet so can pre­tend to read the book to us by telling us what’s hap­pen­ing on each page by memory.The illus­tra­tions are iden­ti­cal to the car­toon which is good, the colours are bright and the qual­i­ty of the book is very good.Can’t beat a bit of Bluey, amus­ing for the adults as well as the kids.

  8. Jojo­ma­man

    A moral in the tale?This is obvi­ous­ly designed to try to show young chil­dren that it’s not always the best thing to be right! But unfor­tu­nate­ly this book was a lit­tle con­fus­ing to read at times and didn’t flow as well as it could have done. It’s quite fun­ny when Bluey and Bin­go pre­tend to be grannies but for me it felt a lit­tle uncom­fort­able and ageist even though it was obvi­ous­ly try­ing to do the exact oppo­site. So I felt it lost it’s way a lit­tle bit although the 3 year old found it quite entertaining.

  9. Rochy­coo

    Sol­id pagesBoard books are great for kids under 3 as they are almost impos­si­ble to damage.This one is suit­able for when your child will sit still for more than a minute or 2 as it’s got a few words on each pages and short sto­ry for them to fol­low unlike oth­er board books which tend to have sin­gle words.As a nan­ny I found it quite amus­ing but I did find the illus­tra­tions a bit repet­i­tive with very lit­tle of inter­est in some of the backgrounds.Hope you found my review helpful

  10. M. Young

    Fun­ny and enjoy­ableMy 6 year old is slight­ly obsessed with Bluey so this was a bit of a hit in our house and bed­time sto­ry routine.She has told me to write that she likes the bit where ‘Rita’ says ”I slipped on ma beans!” but she didn’t like the bit where Bluey and Bin­go are fighting.In terms of dif­fi­cul­ty, my 6 year old seemed to han­dle it well and didn’t need to ask for much help.Looking for­ward to pick­ing up some more Bluey books in future.

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