Book Review: What Does the Crocodile Say? — Red Reading Hub

What does crocodile say

What Does the Crocodile Say? Eva Montanari Book Island A really smashing ‘starting nursery’ book is this one from author/illustrator, Eva Montanari starring a little crocodile on his very first day at nursery. Mama wakes him, baths him, dresses him; they eat breakfast together and off they go. At the door, teacher elephant greets parent […]

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All Are Welcome — Youth Services Book Review

All Are Welcome – Alexandra Penfold, illustrated by Suzanne Kaufman, Alfred A, Knopf, 9780525579656, 2018 Format:Hardcover Picture Book Rating: 1-5: (5 is an excellent or a Starred Review) 4 What did you like about the book? Colorful, fun artwork shows children of every nationality playing and working together. I love the way this book portrays the […]

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Book Review: Cinderfella ~ Red Reading Hub

cinderfella

Cinderfella Malachy Doyle and Matt Hunt Walker Books I do love a fractured fairy tale and Malachy Doyle has smashed the Cinderella story well and truly with this funky, bang up-to-date rendition. The star of the show is undoubtedly Cinderfella himself but he has two thoroughly undesirable, enormously lazy, extremely bossy older brothers named Gareth […]

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Book Review: Shifty Gifty and Slippery Sam – The Missing Masterpiece ~ Red Reading Hub

Shifty

Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam The Missing Masterpiece Tracey Corderoy and Steven Lenton Nosy Crow A fox with a penchant for paintings – really? Yes really; one going by the name of Cunningham Sly and he steals them – in Paris no less. However, that’s where the famous canine bakers Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam […]

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Summer Time ~ Stimulating Learning

Summer is upon us! I know lots of you will now have started your break, so I’m not sure how people will read this, but I haven’t finished yet, so sharing lots of play related to this time of year… . Summery Pictures on the Overhead Projector . Bee Inspired Finger Gym Threading bee-inspired patterns……

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Book Review: Ruby’s Worry — Red Reading Hub

Ruby's worry

Ruby’s Worry Tom Percival Bloomsbury Children’s Books All children have worries from time to time and so it is with young Ruby. She’s always felt upbeat doing the things she loves until the fateful day she discovers, uh oh! a Worry. At first the worry is tiny, barely noticeable in fact, but the trouble is […]

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What World Cup fever (and sports in general) can do for students’ well-being — Education & Skills Today

By Judit PálStatistician, OECD Directorate for Education and SkillsPhoto credit: Markus Spiske/UnsplashCheering for our favourite teams during the World Cup may help create a sense of community and encourage children to be more involved in sports. But when the tournament is over, will kids still be inspired to kick around a football or run around a field?…

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