Grandkids tuck into books
GRANDMOTHER of four Kate Roesler has clocked up plenty of hours reading to kids.
She said she occasionally reads to nine-year-old grandson Manny Roesler-Hohaia.
“There are no favourites at the moment, it’s just what they bring home from the school library,” she said.
“I know with my kids they used to love the Doctor Seuss books and I know the grandchildren do as well.”
Children will love There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Mozzie by P Crumble and Louis Shea, the latest book offered through the Great Australian Story Book Collection.
In it, Aussie animals have been warned to beware because there is an old lady in the bush with appetite.
Echidnas, dingoes and snakes all look tasty to the very hungry lady and there is no animal which does not appear tasty to her. an unstoppable There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Mozzie, Cairns Post
ENGROSSING: Manny Roesler-Hohaia, 9, Kate Roesler and Tyreece Hohaia, 6, read the children's book There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Mozzie, at Muddies playground.