Pam, who writes for the Lancashire Evening Post, has written a great review for the our latestÂ Early Reader, which “has proved so popular with teachers, librarians and â€“ most important of all â€“ young readers.”
“Alice Hemming, who is passionate about picture books, provides the â€˜aahâ€™ factor in this appealing and heart-warming story while illustrator Kimberley Scott turns the menagerie of animals into quirky, lovable little characters.”
“Alex English serves up a real treasure trove of treats in this fun-packed story which follows Brad on his voyage of discovery through the high seas, and Duncan Beedieâ€™s lively, detailed illustrations, including the motley crew of dastardly pirates, are a delight.”
“This charming, addictive adventure, full of quirky characters and lively illustrations, conveys subtle messages about standing up to bullies, having faith in your own abilities and learning that a problem shared is a problem halved.”
“Andrea Ringli provides the colourful, characterful illustrations for a story that resonates with warmth, wisdom and camaraderie.”
“This funny, cautionary tale from author Phil Allcock will be a favourite with every mischievous child, and the unique illustrative style of Steve Stone, who excels in bold pictures full of expression and humour, has a special appeal for young children..
A wonderfully anarchic story that makes learning fun.”
Thank you for your brilliant review, Pam! Read the full review here.
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