Books in this section are often read and commented on by someone in the age group they are intended for. Obviously books for young children are written about by their parents! The reviews represent their personal opinions only.
Jenny Sneyd reviews Cyril and Pat by Emily Gravett and published by Two Hoots. A great introduction to the complexities of friendship for preschoolers.
Launched by Photobox, My First Photo Book capture memories that your children will also want to look at time and again, writes Jenny Sneyd.
Makes for mini folks: 25 projects for the little people in your life by Lisa Stickley, reviewed by Christine Mayle
Lonely Planet Paris – 24 hours and 250 photos in one city photographed by River Thomson with captions written by Nicola Williams.
To celebrate Children's Art Week, we have teamed up with Wide Eyed Editions to offer readers the chance to win copies of their new Art Masterclass series: Vincent Van Gogh and Wassily Kandisky. And we took a sneak peek to see what was on offer.
Published by HarperCollins Children's Books, The World's Worst Children 3 completes the David Walliams trilogy of short stories. Harriet and Anne Coates review.
Lonely Planet Kids First Words Italian illustrated by Andy Mansfield and Sebastian Iwohn is reviewed by Harriet and Anne Coates.
The Confidence Code for Girls by Katty Kay & Claire Shipman reviewed by Anne Coates.
Oscar's Book Prize has announce its 2018 shortlist – the fifth time it has chosen the best book for under-fives. After more than 100 submissions, five titles compete for the £5,000 early-years award. The winner of the £5,000 award will be revealed at a ceremony at St James's Palace on 14 May, 2018.
Stories For Boys Who Dare To Be Different written by Ben Brooks, illustrated by Quinton Winter and published by Quercus Books is reviewed by Anne Coates.
Two more fabulous books from HarperCollins Children's Books: It's a Bing Thing! and My First MOG 123.
Lonely Planet's City Mazes is perfect for puzzle fans who love to travel. This fun, challenging and beautifully illustrated activity book takes readers on a journey across 30 of the world's greatest cities. Harriet Coates loved exploring and solving the puzzles.