Inspiring Young Readers
Nipper and the Lunchbox posted on 12 Jan 2020
Guest reviewer, Gill McGillivray enjoys Lucy Dillamore's debut children's book featuring Nipper the dog.
Stig of the Dump posted on 09 Jan 2020
As a former secondary school English teacher I’m told on a fairly regular basis that reading books in English classes at school ....
Children’s Picturebooks: The art of visual storytelling posted on 06 Jan 2020
One of the more encouraging developments over recent years has been the growing acknowledgement of the importance of children's literature
Milo and Monty posted on 04 Jan 2020
When the McKenzie family get two little dog they soon start to discover that, although they look very similar, they have very different personalities.
To Read Is To Fly posted on 01 Jan 2020
For any teacher or parent there are likely to be occasions when you will spend time with a child who is primed, ready and willing to read
The Wolves of Willoughby Chase posted on 29 Dec 2019
The Wolves of Willoughby Chase is one of those ‘classic’ children’s novels that I never got around to reading until now.
Mustafa’s Jumper posted on 24 Dec 2019
Adapted from the author's prize-winning poem of the same name, mother and daughter team of Coral Rumble and illustrator,, Charlotte Cooke
Butterflies for Grandpa Joe posted on 19 Dec 2019
Introducing younger readers to the issues of loss and grief is an important and hugely sensitive undertaking...
Maverick Early Readers: An Alien’s Guide non- fiction series posted on 16 Dec 2019
If you browse our website you will see that we are big fans of all books produced by Maverick Arts Publishing
McTavish On The Move posted on 13 Dec 2019
‘Rescue dog’ McTavish is back again for another instalment of Meg Rosoff’s heart-warming series about the savvy canine