Book review: Lots – the diversity of Life on Earth

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Screen Shot 2017-04-18 at 18.56.57Lots Nicola Davies and Emily Sutton Walker Books Subtitled ‘The Diversity of Life on Earth’ the enchanting large-sized book looks at biodiversity and interdependence on our planet. The ‘LOTS’ herein encompasses over a hundred different animals as well as numerous plants and one enthusiastic little girl narrator. By giving voice to the child, Nicola Davies […]

via Lots: the Diversity of Life on Earth — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Book Review: Rosie Revere’s Big Project for Bold Engineers

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Rosie Revere’s Big Project Book for Bold Engineers Andrea Beaty and David Roberts Abrams Books for Young Readers From the same Beaty/Roberts team and using art from the original Rosie Revere, Engineer story, this splendid project book will surely motivate primary age children to involve themselves in all manner of exciting and creative science and […]

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Book Review: How do you do, Mr. Gnu?/ What’s More Scary?

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Gnu-COVER-RGB-LR-JPEG1-2How do you do, Mr Gnu? Billy Coughlan and Maddie Frost Maverick Arts Publishing Gnu has received a royal invitation, to take tea with Her Majesty the Queen no less. First though he needs to polish up his etiquette and for this he has plenty of role models: the dogs with their polite begging “Woof” […]

via How do you do, Mr Gnu? / What’s More Scary? — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Book Review: Sleep Well Siba & Saba

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Lantana Publishing are an independent publishing company who specialise in producing great quality diverse children’s books. Their wonderful tagline being “Because all children deserve to see themselves in the books they read.” sums up what they do incredibly well. I am a big fan of their books, and have others to feature soon on Book…

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WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS WEEK 2017

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Sharing information about World Autism Awareness Week 2017 which gets underway next week. Resources to get schools, employers and the local community involved can be found here – World Autism Awareness Week 27th March – 2nd April 2017.