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Life’s Little Bugs offers an easy and fun award-winning series of books, added workshops and resources that will fast track your child to practice healthy habits without the tantrums and tears.

Healthy habits are the foundation for any child’s positive development, but they can come with challenges, and often tedious to teach and learn for all involved.

The Life’s Little Bugs colourful and engaging characters trigger and teach the cause, effect and practice of each habit they represent.

This proven programme can be used as an individual learning aid for one specific healthy habit, or as an ongoing system to support and encourage fundamental daily practices to a child.

Life's Little Bugs will stir up kids' imaginations and fire up their brain waves when learning these fundamental habits.
Good habits like brushing teeth, washing hands, being kind and respectful, a positive attitude, healthy food choices & exercise, caring for our environment and the prevention of spreading germs, to name a few!

Before you know it, children will soon be 'bugging you' to learn another new healthy habit with Life's Little Bugs!

My Bio

Tina Stubbs is the Author and Illustrator behind 'Life's Little Bugs'. She set out with a goal to develop a series of picture books and workshops that motivate young children to learn good healthy habits in a positive, fun way.

As a parent, Tina realised there wasn't anything engaging to help encourage and support parents, teachers and kids when building essential life skills such as brushing teeth, hand washing, making healthy choices, showing respect and kindness and building a growth mindset, to name a few.

Using her London Art College diploma in Children's Illustration, she transformed the Life's Little Bugs characters she had designed into lovely book illustrations.
The books went on to win awards including Gold from a popular parenting site, and she was invited to Pinewood film studios to collect the prestigious 2017 'Sylvia Anderson Children's Author' award.

Through her interest in learning methods, Tina has come to understand the importance of repetition in helping children learn, so extra activities alongside the Life’s Little Bugs book collection were developed to keep up the momentum, practice and to further 'spread the bugs.'

Tina often visits schools and libraries to read her Life's Little Bugs stories, which are normally followed by fun activities.
Both adults and children enjoy the quirky illustrations and engaging rhymes in the books.

Being a great believer that enjoyment is the best way to learn, you will often find humour playing a big part in her work.

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