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Blog Tour: Sign Here

Today is the last stop on the Sign Here Blog Tour and it is finally our turn so welcome to Along Came Poppy and we do hope you enjoy our post.

Sign Here is a truly unique book for children containing 22 "unofficially official" forms to be ripped out, filled in and of course signed! The forms cover all sorts of childhood issues from dream and pet requests, to tooth collection and thank yous. These humour-filled forms also provide a lighthearted and imaginative way for children to communicate some bigger issues for example when they are scared, sad, angry or simply want to say sorry.

The book, which is a collaboration between two milliners, author Gabrielle Djanogly and illustrator, Adele Mildred, is designed with children age 6-10 in mind. It is perfect for those creative and imaginative little beings who thrive on writing notes, creating charts and making lists. So when Mini Reviewer, Izzie, first got her hands on our copy of Sign Here, she could not wait to get started!

Our Favourite Form

Today we thought we'd share one of our favourite forms from the book The Father Christmas / Santa Claus Form compiled by The Embassy of the North Pole. Now you may think it is a bit early to be writing Christmas lists but all three Mini Reviewers have already been browsing the toy catalogues and putting in their requests, and anyway, this pull-out form is so much more than a simple list, just take a look below...

Izzie completed the form with brutal honesty. Apparently this year she thinks she has behaved "sometimes good, sometimes bad" and she is "not sure" if she plans to behave better next year because  she is, in her own words, "always a bit cheeky." Yes Izzie, yes you are! 

I am delighted that she has promised to be asleep by 8.10pm on Christmas Eve and I assume I can hold her to that? This is after all a very official looking form! 

She will be leaving mince pies and milk for Santa as well as carrots and speshule (special) reindeer food by the front door. Her favourite part of the form was completing the map "to mark the quickest route for Father Christmas / Santa Claus", which she took incredibly seriously. As you can see below, she has made it very clear that we do not have a chimney, so Santa will just have to dig out that magic key of his!


We would like to thank Prestel Publishing for inviting us to take part in this Blog Tour. Sign Here is available now!

Until next time... Happy Reading!
Kate & the Mini Reviewers xx


Don't forget to check out our bookish buddies' brilliant stops on the Sign Here Blog Tour:

LoveReading 4 Kids - Q&A with the Author
Read It Daddy - Sign Here
Federation of Children's Book Groups - The Inspiration behind Sign Here

*We received a copy of Sign Here for the purpose of this post and a copy to giveaway. 
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  1. It's never too early for Christmas lists. Santa needs plenty of time to prepare! I love the look of these forms. #KCACOLS

  2. How unique! Sounds like a fun and imaginative way for children to communicate their feelings.


  3. I love books like this. Sounds really good, gonna have to check out the rest of the tour too! #kcacols

  4. This sounds so much fun and may need to get one for my niece! she'd love this! #KCACOLS

  5. This looks like a really good present and I also have a niece who would love this. #KCACOLS

  6. Haha, love the crossed-out chimney! No room for error there! This looks great fun. Not only for the kids filling in the forms, but also for the parents seeing how they've answered some of the questions. #KCACOLS

  7. Looks fun, but I will never get anything that resembles anything of a naughty list type of thing.
    But I really liked the idea of the forms.


  8. I love this! Things have gotten much more involved since my kids were little. We can now track Santa online and now we send more than a wish list! LOL

    Thanks so much for sharing this.


  9. I love this! This sounds like so much fun!! My boys would love this! #KCACOLS

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  11. What a quirky little book! I've never seen anything like this. Sounds like your mini reviewer had lots of fun. #kcacols

  12. This looks like lots of fun! I like the sound of the father Christmas form I love getting in to the Christmas spirit! #kltr

  13. I love the look of this book, it sounds like the mini reviewers had a great time with it. #KCACOLS

  14. What a super cute idea for a book! It makes those special moments even more special by adding to them!

  15. Oh my son would love this, it looks really fun and I love the honesty too! #KLTR

  16. My little Arya would love a copy of this book! Thanks for sharing!
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