Book Review: AdoraBULL — Red Reading

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AdoraBULL Alison Donald and Alex Willmore Maverick Arts Publishing Alison Donald and Alex Willmore have created a lovely book based on a misunderstanding by one of the main characters. Tom and Alfred are the best of friends sharing everything and totally inseparable until Tom starts school, leaving Alfred with little to do but remain at […]

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Book Review: Kaya’s Heart Song — Red Reading Hub

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Kaya’s Heart Song Diwa Tharan Sanders and Nerina Canzi Lantana Publishing From the cover illustration it’s evident that the little girl – her name is Kaya and she lives in the Malaysian rainforest– is truly savouring the moment. As the story begins Kaya observes her mother sitting yoga style and humming. “Mama, what are you […]

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Book Review: Spyder — Red Reading Hub

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Spyder Matt Carr Scholastic Children’s Books Meet Spyder, reputedly the world’s smallest secret agent and penthouse flat resident at No. 7 Fleming Road wherein a special birthday is about to be celebrated. Suddenly, as the agent has just settled down for a spot of reading she receives an urgent call from HQ. Instantly, or almost […]

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Book Review: Meet the Ancient Romans ~ Red Reading Hub

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Meet the … Ancient Romans James Davies Big Picture Press This is one of a new history series. It’s an engaging look at the Ancient Romans, presented with an exuberance that young readers will find both highly entertaining and illuminating. Small chunks of information are delivered with a gentle wit, on almost thirty topics. These […]

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Celebrate International Book Giving Day!

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“International Book Giving Day is a 100% volunteer initiative aimed at increasing children’s access to and enthusiasm for books.” International Book Giving Day is celebrated every year on 14th February, share your love of books by gifting a book to a child on the day. For more ideas about how you can join in click here for details.

 

Book review: Bears Don’t Eat Egg Sandwiches ~ Red Reading Hub

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Bears Don’t Eat Egg Sandwiches Julie Fulton and Rachel Suzanne Maverick Arts Publishing Jack is busy preparing his lunch – egg sandwiches – when there’s a knock on his door. He’s more than a little surprised to discover his visitor is a large bear. Being a friendly lad, Jack offers him an egg sandwich only […]

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