Harriet’s Hungry Worms takes a humorous look at the way worms can help us recycle kitchen scraps and other household waste. This easy to read, beautifully illustrated story incorporates the days of the week as well as introducing fascinating facts about worms and their role in our ecosystem.
During World Book Day week many children will be celebrating books, stories and reading by dressing up as their favourite characters and holding book related events in school. Many authors and illustrators visit schools or do Skype visits – the week is a real celebration of books. You can find out more about World Book…
This is NOT a Book is a fabulous, fun example of metafiction, it takes us into the story to discover what elements make up a really good and compelling story. The main character repeatedly tries to convince us that she’s real and not a fictional character. But will she convince herself by the end of…
THE art of WORDS is a celebration of the power of words, letters and punctuation. It highlights how they can be rearranged to convey different emotions and meanings and tell stories. Words can be found everywhere and this book exudes joy and excitement as a boy and a girl play with them.
The Boy in the Big Blue Glasses by Susanne Gervay & Marjorie Crosby-Fairall is the story of how Sammy gets used to having new glasses.
These beautifully illustrated, hardback books introduce us to a year in the life of children living in England or Scotland. The bold, bright illustrations and the easy to read text contain a wealth of information about children’s day to day activities, the food they eat and the traditions and holidays that they observe.