Month: February 2020

‘A truly fabulous storytelling biography of one of the most innovative, inquisitive and clever inventors’ Julie Fulton’s, Mister T.V. Is Read It, Daddy Approved

Paul and C from Read It, Daddy have been lucky enough to get their hands on an advanced copy of Mister T.V. written by Julie Fulton and illustrated by the talented, Patrick Corrigan; Publishing 28th April 2020 In “Mister TV” this awesome duo chronicle the life of this tinkerer and inventor, who single-handedly changed the world …

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‘A winning combination that leaves the children wanting to read more.’ Kestrel Class Rate Yellow Early Readers

Kestrel Class have enjoyed reading a selection of our Early Readers, and our Yellow readers didn’t disappoint. Can I Have A Dragon? by Elizabeth Dale, illustrated by Ellie O’Shea Shared: I really liked this because at first, Dan wasn’t allowed to have a pet, even though what he really wanted was a pet dragon. Then when …

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‘A very inventive way to get children reading and learning new things.’ Mrs Wylie’s Class Enjoys Our Non-Fiction Readers

Kestrel Class have enjoyed reading a selection of our Early Readers, and our Non-Fiction readers didn’t disappoint.  Food For Thought (Purple Band) Shaheda, Y4: I really liked this book because it tells us about food that is healthy for us. It also teaches you about proteins and vitamins and minerals and why they are important …

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‘This humorous picture book is lively and full of action, it’s a fun first picture book for a young reader.’ Story Snug Reviews Froggy Day

Catherine from Story Snug has hopped on into Froggy Day, written by Heather Pindar with illustrations by Barbara Bakos; This is the perfect picture book for frog lovers! Frogs cause traffic jams, hinder work on the building site and have fun at the fair. They’re everywhere you can think of and reactions to their presence and their …

‘This humorous picture book is lively and full of action, it’s a fun first picture book for a young reader.’ Story Snug Reviews Froggy DayRead More »

‘The stories are well written and entertaining, great for developing readers.’ Mrs Wylie’s Class Checks Out Our Pink Readers

Our Pink Early Readers prove to be a hit with Mrs Wylie’s class; Look Out! and Dot and Dan‘s Trip by Katie Dale, Illustrated by Dean Gray Shaheda, Year 4: I like how you have put two stories in one book. I also like how you have made this book easy to read for young …

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‘I highly recommend them to everyone.’ Kestrel Class Rate Our Red Early Readers

Mrs Wylie and Kestrel Class have been busy reviewing our Red banded Early readers; Get That Broom! and Fizz! Wizz! by Katie Dale, Illustrated by Lindsay Dale-Scott Rummaya: I love it when the broom gets out of control and all of the animals try to catch it. It takes lots of animals to stop the broom …

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‘This book was a delight to read – living, breathing history at it’s best’ The Breadcrumb Forest is left wanting more

Tracy from The Breadcrumb Forest has written a raving review from Jenny Moore’s, Agent Starling: Operation Baked Beans; This book was a delight to read – living, breathing history at it’s best, wound up in a genius and  original loo-papered plot and all the joys of a secret agent expedition. Jenny Moore writes with bags of detail …

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‘A funny, exciting but also educational time-travelling take on Ancient Rome.’ Praise for Moore’s, Agent Starling: Operation Baked Beans

Agent Starling: Operation Baked Beans, written by Jenny Moore, has delighted 7 year old Magnus Mogenson and his mum loves it too;  I found it very interesting and quite funny because one of the funniest bits was when Oliver’s mum gets Oliver some underwear, she is in such a hurry that she gets her own …

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‘An excellent book that you really should read!’ Father Reading Gets His Teeth Stuck into Beware the Mighty Bitey

Kieron and T from FatherReading have recently sunk their teeth into a Maverick classic written by Heather Pindar, with sharp illustrations by Susan Batori; An evening meeting meant an early story and a late review of our bedtime story – Beware the Mighty Bitey by Heather Pindar and Susan Batori. Deep in the jungle, below a rickety …

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