‘Bing: Something for Daddy’ Review and Giveaway

I was really excited to receive a copy of ‘Bing: Something for Daddy’ by Ted Dewan. It is the latest in the exciting new relaunch of the Bing books – resized and beautifully produced for the next generation of toddlers.

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Bing the Bunny faces challenges and tasks familiar to toddlers and preschoolers, and offers a simple reassuring principle – that even when things don’t quite go to plan, it is OK and nothing to get upset about.

‘Something for Daddy’ follows Bing Bunny trying to make a lovely shiny, feathery sparkly present especially for daddy, but then he squeezes the goo too hard….oops!!!

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These books are perfect for children who may get anxious if something doesn’t go exactly how they want it – and as we do a lot of art and crafts at home this was especially relevant to us!

The illustrations are lovely and colourful and very appealing to children, whilst the simple clear words are brilliant for early readers.

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11 thoughts on “‘Bing: Something for Daddy’ Review and Giveaway

  1. I was at the doctors surgery with my youngest daughter and an African lady walked in and sat down not far from us. After a few minutes of staring at her, my daughter piped out loudly (so everyone in the waiting room could hear!) ‘Mam, if white people have white bones, do black people have black bones’! I was so embarassed and luckily the African lady just smiled!

  2. I don’t really have a moment but he makes me laugh all the time. He recently has learnt to laugh on request. You say “show me your laugh” and he does a really funny laugh like beavis and butthead 🙂 x

  3. We were sat in the waiting room of our Drs surgery when I leant over on my chair to reach for a book for my little boy – the seat, being leather or imitation leather, creaked rather loudly resulting in my son shouting rather loudly “Mummy farted”. I was horrified and started declaring (unconvincingly) my innocence! 🙂

    1. Oh I love it!! That’s something my eldest would say

  4. aaa these books look so adorable, the illustrations are fab. not sure about funny but most embarassing toddler moment was when we were at the drs surgery and my now 8 year old shouted why is that man so fat, cringe!! thanks for linking up with #ReadWithMe I have tweeted and pinned this post

  5. There was one time on a plane coming back from Disneyland Paris my daughter and my niece at exactly the same time innocently said ‘is this plane going to crash’ ermmm well needless to say we weren’t the most popular people on the plane that day but they were only 3 and 4 at the time!
    Lovely review #readwithme

  6. My son who has just turned 2 has learnt the hard way how to use his step up to the toilet…I came in to praise him and he isnt sitting on the seat but standing with 2 feet in the toilet clapping like a seal….arrrgghhhh

    1. Oh bless!! That’s the sort of thing my two would do!! Thanks for sharing x

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