Meg mog and owl books
Meg and Mog - WikipediaMeg the witch, along with Mog her long-suffering cat and their friend Owl, feature in 18 books written by author Helen Nicoll and award-winning illustrator Jan Pienkowski. First published in the s, the classic stories follow Meg as her many magic tricks go awry. Using simple text and bold, bright, eye-catching illustrations, these board books are perfect for toddlers who love exploring shapes, sounds and colours. The books are also just the right length for early readers. The phonetic character names and wonderful illustrations will help children just starting to identify words to follow the story easily. From everyday activities like making dinner and going to school, to travelling back in time meeting Ancient Egyptians or cavemen and even going to the moon, life is never dull for Meg, Mog and Owl.
Toppsta - Childrens Books – Reviews
A whole lot of fun and plenty of learning can be enjoyed with our range of vibrant, engaging and educational books for 3-year-olds. Here's a list of some of the best ones, which can help kids learn to read, count to , or simply enjoy a wonderful story! I bought these for my 4-year-old grandson in New Zealand and he loves them. They are currently his favourites. My daughter his mum enjoys them, too, and remembers having one of these books when she was a child.
MEG and the DRAGON
Meg And Mog: Meg Goes To Bed (Story time with Benji)
They follow the antics of Meg, the witch whose spells usually end in disaster, and Mog, her long-suffering cat. Children will love exploring colours, sounds and shapes in the stories, which are perfect for sharing or reading alone. Oh no! A flood means that Christmas is looking doomed! Enter a spell, a surprise stay in a castle and a party to plan for - will Meg, Mog and Owl make it home for a very special Christmas Day?