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Hone-in on your child’s hobbies with inspirational reads from Bookspeed’s Little People, Big Dreams series
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Little Personalities: Kids’ Books Little Personalities: Kids’ Books
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Little Personalities: Kids’ Books

Hone-in on your child’s hobbies with inspirational reads from Bookspeed’s Little People, Big Dreams series
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Kids’ Books
Little Personalities

Kids’ Books

Hone-in on your child’s hobbies with inspirational reads from Bookspeed’s Little People, Big Dreams series

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Shape little personalities and awaken young minds with the Little People, Big Dreams book series. The collection of conversational, biography picture books delves into the lives of pioneering figures, from actors and artists, to environmentalists and scientists – enlightening budding change-makers with inspiring stories colourful illustrations. Here, we reveal our top picks from the series to help your child unearth their new favourite read, which is guaranteed to be revisited and passed through generations.

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The Actor

One for theatrical storytellers, imitators or dressing-up fans, the Audrey Hepburn book tells the story of one of the most iconic Hollywood movie stars. It’s a must-read for little actors or aspiring ballerinas - expect a surge in fancy-dress playdates and movie nights.

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The Scientist

If your child is fascinated by the wonders of space and has a particularly inquisitive mind, then the Stephen Hawking book is the perfect bedtime read. Filled with snapshots of the physicist’s moving and inspirational life, it is bound to spark a rocketing passion for all things science-related.

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The Singer

Budding baritones and sopranos will be captivated by the story of Ella Fitzgerald, one of the most influential scat-singing jazz singers of all time. Get the scales at the ready as it will quickly become a hit among musical theatre fans and miniature instrumentalists.

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4.

The Animal Lover

Furry friend lovers will be captivated by the story of primatologist, Jane Goodall. Providing an insight into her pioneering research, your child will acquire a basic understanding of animal rights post-read. A lovely, anthropologic lesson on respecting all living things.

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5.

The Activist

It’s never too early to teach them about the awe-inspiring story of civil rights activist, Rosa Parks. Encouraging bravery, equality and human kindness, it softly teaches young readers about her fight for racial injustice. A memorable, heart-warming read that will be engrained in their minds forever.

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