Doctor Seuss is an absolutely masterful children’s writer. He has a massive list of books so I thought I would recommend a few options for each age category! If you… Click here to read more.
Today I am recommended this product : La Conteuse Merveilleuse – The Wonderful StoryTeller My nephew was recently gifted one for his 3rd birthday and I thought it was a… Click here to read more.
This book is a classic for a reason. I don’t think I need to write a summary, because, you know, it’s Matilda. But I will. In a nutshell, Matilda is… Click here to read more.
I’m sure you’ve all heard of Audible right?? It is a service run by amazon, basically you can download and listen to audio books and podcasts on your phone, tablet,… Click here to read more.
Today I am coming to you with another fabulous book to add to your reading collection! Mary Poppins, written by P.L.Travers and illustrated by Lauren Child or Mary Poppins illustrated… Click here to read more.
Today I thought I would talk to you about kindness. Encouraging kindness in our children is such a positive thing to do. Here are some ideas of how to introduce… Click here to read more.
Today our recommended reading comes in the form of : The Guinness Book of World Records 2020 Let’s be honest, who didn’t have one of these books growing up? I… Click here to read more.
These books should be recommended reading for everyone, not just children! They tell the stories of extraordinary… Click here to read more.
Hi everyone! Today I am offering you a corker of a book series. The Magic School Bus. Some of you might recognise it from your own childhood. Join quirky teacher,… Click here to read more.
These ‘Horrible Histories’ books are how I learnt about history growing up. Like many kids, I didn’t like (or see the point of) learning history in middle school. Then my… Click here to read more.
What kid doesn’t love to hear about Ancient Egypt? It’s a subject that fascinates children (and adults) of all ages. From now until September, Toutankhamon and his treasure is in… Click here to read more.
How do we talk to children about what’s going on in the world today? How do we bring up sensitive issues? How do we even begin to explain these tricky… Click here to read more.