Book review: A great series’ The Butterfly Mother reviews Maverick’s Early Readers!

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The Butterfly Mother and young aspiring reader 4 year old Caterpillar enthusiastically trialled our lower-banded Early Readers recently. At the end of August we will have a full 40 titles across 8 colour bands! About the two pink banded books Laura said: ‘High frequency words are also listed at the beginning, along with helpful illustrations […]

via ‘A great series’ The Butterfly Mother reviews Maverick’s Early Readers! — Maverick Childrens Books

Book Review: You Can Do Anything (Hip and Hop)

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You Can Do Anything (Hip and Hop) Akala and Sav Akyüz Oxford University Press Rhythm, rhyme and repetition, the 3 Rs of reading come together in a book with an important theme from award winning hip hop artist Akala and illustrator Sav Akyüz. It features in particular pals, Hip the wise, top hat sporting, rapping […]

via You Can Do Anything (Hip and Hop) — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Book Review: Cat In A Box

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Cat in a Box Jo Williamson Scholastic The joys of being a family cat are chronicled through the eyes and voice of one particular black and white moggy. She starts by waking the household – a gentle walk over the twins, a more vigorous pushing and miaowing for the grownups. As the family day unfolds, […]

via Cat In A Box — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Book Review: The Prince and the Pee

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The Prince and the Pee Greg Gormley and Chris Mould Nosy Crow Deeds of derring-do really cannot be done if you’re crossing your legs. When you’ve got to go, you’ve just gotta go – right? Not so in this hilarious tale of holding on against the odds. Prince Freddie is summoned from his holiday by […]

via The Prince and the Pee — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Book Review: Baby Goes to Market

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Baby Goes To Market Atinuke and Angela Brooksbank Walker Books I love a good market and this one, located somewhere in West Africa, absolutely exudes atmosphere immersing readers in a multi-sensory experience so you can almost feel the heat and dust, smell the roasting sweetcorn and taste the juicy tomatoes. We accompany a totally adorable […]

via Baby Goes to Market — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Event: London Bridge City Summer Festival 19th July, 1.30pm – 2.15pm ~ Lou Trealeaven reads Letter to Pluto.

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Lou Treleaven will be reading Letter to Pluto to children from Snowsfield Primary School as part of the London Bridge City Summer Festival at the lawn library, Hay’s Galleria on Wednesday July 19th from 1:30 to 2:15pm.

via Lou Treleaven will be reading at the London Bridge City Summer Festival, 19th July, 1:30 to 2:15pm! — Maverick Childrens Books