Inspiring Young Readers
The Tiger On His Back posted on 26 Jun 2018
Over three years ago the Letterpress Project carried an article bemoaning the way children’s books seemed to be failing to reflect the ubiquity of tattoos
Errol’s Garden posted on 24 Jun 2018
What can you do if you love growing things but you don’t have a garden at home? This beautiful picture book is a
Buttercup Sunshine and the Zombies of Doooom posted on 20 Jun 2018
Turn off the lights, grab yourself a torch, pull the bedcovers over your head and settle down for laughs and chill-thrills
The Survival Game posted on 18 Jun 2018
It is important to read YA fiction about painful and difficult lives as a way to understand and empathise.
The Book Spy posted on 17 Jun 2018
Welcome to the world of the Book Spies. This book explains the history of the secretive and highly skilled agency ....
Bella's Den posted on 07 Jun 2018
That excellent publishing house, Barrington Stoke has done us all a favour by reprinting a fully revised and illustrated version of Berlie Doherty’s novel
Cinderella of the Nile posted on 04 Jun 2018
It is refreshing to see a beautifully illustrated new interpretation of the Cinderella story...
Fox Magic posted on 30 May 2018
Beverley Brenna's novel for young adults tackles the alarming issue of teenage suicide.
The Knights and the Best Quest posted on 29 May 2018
I expect you’ve heard of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table and you probably associate them with tales of great deeds and chivalry...
Double Felix posted on 20 May 2018
I’m pleased to report that Scribbly Gum Primary School seems to be a very relaxed and inclusive sort of place.