Sneak peak: Maverick Early Readers hit 80 titles! — Maverick Childrens Books

The Maverick Early Readers scheme is growing by leaps and bounds! To add to our list of 70 Early Readers we are announcing the publication of 10 more titles on January 28th. These include titles from the orange, turquoise, purple, gold and white bands Here is a sneaky peek at the covers! Visit out…

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Youth Services Book Review: Benji, the Bad Day and Me

Benji the bad day and me

Benji, the Bad Day and Me by Sally J. Pla, illustrated by Ken Min. Lee & Low Books, 9781620143452, 2018. Format: Hardcover Rating: 1-5 (5 is an excellent or a Starred review) 4 Genre: Picture book What did you like about the book? Sammy is having the worst day ever and when he gets home, soaking […]

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Youth Services Book Review: Big Box, Little Box

Big Box, Little Box – Caryl Hart, illustrated by Edward Underwood, Bloomsbury, 9781681197869, c2017, 2018 Format: Hardcover Rating: 1-5 (5 is an excellent or a Starred review) 4 Genre: Picture book What did you like about the book? This utterly adorable but merrily minor book introduces us to a box-obsessed cat. Hart explores the […]

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Book review: Not Yet a Yeti / Froggy Day — Red Reading Hub

not yet a yeti

froggy day

Not Yet a Yeti Lou Treleaven and Tony Neal Maverick Publishing High up in the snowy mountains live George and his family. All George’s family are yetis: “When will I be a yeti?” the little creature asks. Having consulted in turn, his grandfather, his dad, his big sister and his mum, George concludes that he […]

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Early childhood provision: are we moving forward, backward – or both? — IOE LONDON BLOG

Helen Penn. The Labour party manifesto brings in a new policy on early education and childcare. It extends the government’s 30 hours of free childcare programme to the parents of all two-, three- and four-year-olds and improves the training of childcare workers. How new or radical is this policy? Can it deliver? In my new […]

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Giraffe Problems – Youth Services Book Review

Giraffe Problems– Jory John, Illustrated by Lane Smith. Random House, 2018. 9781524772031. Format: Hardcover. Rating:1-5 (5 is an excellent or a Starred review) 5 Genre: Picture Book What did you like about the book? Edward the Giraffe is very self-conscious about his neck. He admires the necks of his fellow animals (the lion’s neck is “adorned with a […]

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Book Review – Angry Cookie ~ Red Reading Hub

Angry Cookie

Angry Cookie Laura Dockrill and Maria Karipidou Walker Books Who can resist the words of the chief protagonist on the back cover: “Don’t even think about opening this book, you nosy noodle. I’m warning you. I am very angry.” Of course, like me you will immediately open the book and discover that Cookie IS angry, […]

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