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Tracy from The Breadcrumb Forest was left wanting Moore after reading Agent Starling, continue reading to check out how Audrey Orr and the Robot Rage compares; If
‘If you’re in lockdown with a Reception age child, I would recommend any of these new books’ Chez L’Abeille Reviews Our New Yellow Early Readers
Cathy Bee at Chez L’Abeille has kindly reviewed our latest Yellow Early Readers, find out what she thought below; Children read and understand simple sentences.
‘As well as the history and brilliant story, this book is also beautifully illustrated throughout’ Kate Poels Takes a Trip Back in Time with Saviour Pirotta’s, The Stolen Spear
Kate Poels has taken a trip back in time to the Neolithic era, in Saviour Pirotta’s Stone Age series – Wolfsong. Take a look at Kate’s
Talented author, Alison Donald, was presented with the Maverick Book of the Year 2019 award for her fabulous narrative non-fiction picture book, The Spacesuit. Surrounded
‘This book gives an insight into science and inventing as well as being inquisitive, patience, motivation and perseverance’ What’s Good To Read Dives into Mister T.V.
David at What’s Good To Read has dived into our second Non-fiction picture book, Mister T.V. written by Julie Fulton with endearing illustrations by Patrick Corrigan; Mister
‘Humorous, action-packed pictures combine with terse text to create an engaging cautionary tale about greed.’ Kirkus Reviews Rate Alex Willmore’s, It’s MY Sausage
Kirkus Reviews have gotten their claws into Alex Willmore’s, It’s MY Sausage; Five hungry cats vie for one “yummy, scrummy sausage.” With a limited autumnal
Leslie D. has read and reviewed, out-of-this-world Non-Fiction Picture Book, The Spacesuit by Alison Donald, with nostalgic illustrations by Ariel landy; I read relatively few
‘This is now one of the most popular books in our household it has been read a number of times.’ BizzieBaby Product Testers Review Tamara Small and the Monsters’ Ball
The BizzieBaby product testers have been busy reviewing Tamara Small and the Monters’ Ball, written by Giles Paley-Phillips with ghouly illustrations by Gabriele Antonini; Product Tested By Julie
‘A good fable on the merits of sharing.’ Youth Services Book Reviews Read It’s MY Sausage, by Author/Illustrator Alex Willmore
Susan Harari, reviewer for Youth Services Book Review, rates Alex Willmore’s picture book, It’s MY Sausage, 4 out of 5 stars; What did you like
‘A truly fabulous storytelling biography of one of the most innovative, inquisitive and clever inventors’ Julie Fulton’s, Mister T.V. Is Read It, Daddy Approved
Paul and C from Read It, Daddy have been lucky enough to get their hands on an advanced copy of Mister T.V. written by Julie Fulton
‘A winning combination that leaves the children wanting to read more.’ Kestrel Class Rate Yellow Early Readers
Kestrel Class have enjoyed reading a selection of our Early Readers, and our Yellow readers didn’t disappoint. Can I Have A Dragon? by Elizabeth Dale, illustrated
‘A very inventive way to get children reading and learning new things.’ Mrs Wylie’s Class Enjoys Our Non-Fiction Readers
Kestrel Class have enjoyed reading a selection of our Early Readers, and our Non-Fiction readers didn’t disappoint. Food For Thought (Purple Band) Shaheda, Y4: I