20 things to do with a LittleBird (Part 2)!

 

LittleBirdThe number of places a little bird can take you never fails to surprise us puffins! This summer 20 of our all time favourite stories took pride of place on bookshelves across the land. But they didn’t just perch there in all their finery. They took readers to the streets of London, the wilds of Wales, under the floorboards and into the future! They certainly got the team over at LittleBird inspired (they specialise in tracking down the  best deals for families).

Here are ten ideas about how you could make a Puffin Book come to life with activities inspired by the adventures. ‘ONLY TEN’, we hear you cry ‘but you said there were 20!’ . If you want to see the next ten ideas and for your chance to WIN all 20 books in the collection head over to LittleBird’s blog.

 

SmithSmith – Leon Garfield

LittleBird’s activity: Visit the Museum of London and experience 18thCentury London. Visit the reconstructed Georgian Pleasure Garden– and mind out for pickpockets like Smith!

 

Back HomeBack Home – Michelle Magorian

LittleBird’s activity: Rusty hides out in a cabin in the woods, create your own hideout and have a go at building a den

The Trumpet of the SwanThe Trumpet of the Swan – E.B. White

LittleBird’s actiivity: Learn a new skill or do something different today – need inspiration, click here and remember, never give up!

 

Goodnight Mister TomGoodnight, Mister Tom – Michelle Magorian

LittleBird’s activity: Visit the Imperial War Museum and discover what family life was like during Second World War – rationing, war work and evacuation like William.

A Wrinkle in TimeA Wrinkle In Time – Madeleine L’Engle

LittleBird’s activity: Visit the Royal Observatory – learn about space, the planets and the stars that surround us and maybe, just maybe, you’ll locate the tesseract – the fifth dimension that Meg travels through.

 

Roll of ThunderRoll of Thunder, Hear My Cry – Mildred D. Taylor

LittleBird’s activity: Make a family tree for Cassie or make your own family tree – research your own history and roots.

 

Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NimhMrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH – Robert C.O’Brien

LittleBird’s activity: Visit the Energy Hall in the Science Museum and discover how electricity creates light and heat – power that the highly intelligent Rats of NIMH used to make their lives more ‘human’ by tapping into the electricity grid on the farm.

 

AnnieAnnie – Thomas Meehan

LittleBird’s activity: Sort through your old toys and books and organise a table sale or donate some of your unwanted toys to your local children’s charity and help a child in need like Annie.

Children in Need is on 14th November and to find your local Save the Children shop, click here

 

The Family from One End StreetFamily From One End Street – Eve Garnett

 

LittleBird’s activity: Spend the day in Regents Park like The Ruggles family, you might not see a Cart Horse Parade but there’s plenty of things to do with the family plus great refreshments at The Hub Café.

 

The Neverending StoryThe Never- Ending Story  – Michael Ende

 LittleBird’s activity: Bastian love reading books and telling stories. Sign up to this summers Mythical Maze reading challenge at your local library and enjoy reading and reviewing your favourite stories.

 

For your chance to win all these puffins and ten more head over to the LittleBird competition page!

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