10 Stories To Make A Difference from Pop Up Projects CIC

Publication Date for the first 10 Stories: 24 June 2021 The Blurb 10 Stories To Make A Difference is a collection of original illustrated stories published by children's literature non-profit development agency Pop Up, which has been bringing books, schools and communities together for 10 years. They have collaborated with 20 writers and illustrators and … Continue reading 10 Stories To Make A Difference from Pop Up Projects CIC

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Ten Delicious Teachers by Ross Montgomery, illustrated Sarah Warburton

Publication Date: 5 August 2021 The Blurb Ten silly teachers have missed the last bus home. But LOOK – a shortcut through the forest! They'll be back in time for tea! Off they skip, unaware that in the woods a hungry horde of mischievous and hilariously goofy monsters is waiting… The Review A wonderfully wacky … Continue reading Ten Delicious Teachers by Ross Montgomery, illustrated Sarah Warburton

Some Of The Best Loved Inclusive Books For EYFS

Our Reception Manager asked me, if he was to start a shelf from scratch of inclusive books, what would I put on it. Many amazing covers floated through my head, but end of term tiredness meant that most of the titles and authors and illustrators had disappeared. So I took to twitter to help me … Continue reading Some Of The Best Loved Inclusive Books For EYFS

What’s In Your Heart Today? by Louise Bladen, illustrated by Angela Perrini

Publication Date: 1 June 2021 The Blurb What's in your heart today? A fun and gentle first guide to mindfulness and de-stressing, for children and adults alike. The Review What's In Your Heart Today? is a beautiful book that explores a whole range of situations that happen in every day life that could lead us … Continue reading What’s In Your Heart Today? by Louise Bladen, illustrated by Angela Perrini

Primary Suitable Books I Will Share With #Pride

I tweeted that I had shared the wonderful Grandad's Camper by Harry Woodgate to our whole school. My request messages box filled with hate. Statements like, "You shouldn't be allowed anywhere near children," "You are doing the devil's work," "You are a child abuser," and other such hated fuelled nonsense streamed in to my request … Continue reading Primary Suitable Books I Will Share With #Pride

The Screen Thief by Helen Docherty and Thomas Docherty

Publication Date: 3 June 2021 The Blurb Look out! There's a Snaffle about, and she'll eat your screen as a snack! When the Snaffle arrives in the city, she just wants to play, but everyone's too busy staring at their screens. The Snaffle discovers that she likes screens, too - as a snack! When she … Continue reading The Screen Thief by Helen Docherty and Thomas Docherty

Nen And The Lonely Fisherman by Ian Eagleton and James Mayhew

Publication Date: 1 June 2021 The Blurb Far out to sea and deep below the whispering waves lives a merman called Nen. Nen spends his days exploring his underwater kingdom, but something is missing: his heart is empty. So, Nen ventures to the forbidden world above and it is here that he meets Ernest, a … Continue reading Nen And The Lonely Fisherman by Ian Eagleton and James Mayhew

Ten Little Dogs by Ruth Brown

Publication Date: 1 April 2021 The Blurb Ten little dogs, sitting in a line,One chased a butterfly And then there were… nine’ Then 8, then 7 and so on, until only one little dog remains. Will there be none? Turn the final page to find out. The Review After loving A Gallery Of Cats, I … Continue reading Ten Little Dogs by Ruth Brown

Oi Aardvark by Kes Grey and Jim Field

Publication Date: 3 September 2020 The Blurb Baboons sit on balloons, crocs sit on clocks and donkeys sit on long keys . . . Let Frog, Dog and Cat guide you through the alphabet from Aardvark to Zebra in this hilarious new picture book from the creators of Oi Frog! With a special fold-out surprise! The laughter … Continue reading Oi Aardvark by Kes Grey and Jim Field

Llama Glamarama by Simon James Green, illustrated by Garry Parsons

Publication Date: 4 June 2020 The Blurb Larry loves to groove and mooooove ... but will the others disapprove? Larry the llama's big secret is that late at night, when no one is watching, he loves to DANCE. Then, one day, he stumbles upon the Llama Glamarama! Will this raucous celebration give Larry the pride he needs to bring his dance back … Continue reading Llama Glamarama by Simon James Green, illustrated by Garry Parsons