Inspiring Young Readers
Mr Cleghorn's Seal posted on 20 Sep 2015
This well loved author and illustrator continues to produce wonderful stories that depict a cosy uncomplicated world...
So Much posted on 06 Sep 2015
As an ex nursery school teacher, I think that I would rate this as one of my all time favourite picture books....
Gypsy Girl posted on 17 Aug 2015
Gypsy Girl by Kathryn James Perhaps the rather prurient interest fanned by the recent 'Big Fat Gypsy Wedding' TV series has contributed to more books ...
The Bonny Pit Laddie posted on 17 Aug 2015
Published in 1966 by the Oxford University Press and illustrated by Brian Wildsmith, this short novel feels like a very traditional children's novel..
Killing Honour posted on 14 Aug 2015
This chilling YA novel explores the disbelief and then despair of Sat, a young British Punjabi Sikh lad
Katy posted on 03 Aug 2015
Katy by Jacqueline Wilson As is to be expected from this prolific author, this is a great family story full of pace and humour with a range of characters t
Terror Kid posted on 28 Jul 2015
Benjamin Zephaniah knows how to communicate with his audience and they love him because his voice cuts through ....
Where can I ride my trike? posted on 28 Jul 2015
It is still relatively unusual to find a children’s picture book where people with disabilities ...
Hate posted on 28 Jul 2015
Alan Gibbons writes big stories aimed at the teenage reader and he fills them full of ‘issues’ ...
The Fault in our Stars posted on 20 Jul 2015
It took me a long time to get around to reading this book...