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‘Whether you’re a teacher looking to replenish your stocks of home readers […] or you’re a parent wanting to supplement your child’s reading at home, these books are a great choice.’ Primary Teacher Bookshelf Rates Our Newest Early Readers

Primary school teacher and children’s book reviewer, Emma, has read and reviewed our newest range of Maverick Early Readers, colour bands Blue (level 4) to Turquoise (level 7);  As a Year 1 teacher, this wonderful set of new titles, ranging from Blue to Turquoise level, were a perfect fit for the range of reading ability in …

‘Whether you’re a teacher looking to replenish your stocks of home readers […] or you’re a parent wanting to supplement your child’s reading at home, these books are a great choice.’ Primary Teacher Bookshelf Rates Our Newest Early Readers Read More »

‘We have read all of the new titles and we think children will love them.’ Topmarks Reviews Our Latest September Readers

Sue over at Topmarks has reviewed our newest collection of Early Reader’s, ranging from Blue to Turquoise; We’ve been a fan of these Early Readers for some time, being really impressed with the lively stories and brilliant, engaging illustrations. The books are well designed and sturdy enough to withstand the general wear and tear of a classroom …

‘We have read all of the new titles and we think children will love them.’ Topmarks Reviews Our Latest September Readers Read More »

The Maverick Guided Reading Scheme… As Told By Our Authors

https://player.vimeo.com/video/449209465 Ranging from Pink (level 1) to White (level 10) the Maverick Reading Scheme is a great resource for those who are just starting their journey towards independent reading. Our authors are what make this scheme, so we thought we’d let them introduce our range of Early Readers. Our dedicated Early Reader website also has more information …

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‘A really lovely book for children to read and learn from!’ Trailblazer Blog Tour, Day 10

We’ve made it! It’s day 10 of the Trailblazer Blog Tour and to wrap things up we’ve headed over to the Teacher Bookworm, also known as Emily Weston; Trailblazer is a non-fiction picture book which depicts the life of Lily Parr. She is one of the most famous female football players of ALL TIME who, along …

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‘So whether you already have a budding little footballer in the house or a child that thinks “football is for boys” this is a book they should read.’ Trailblazer Blog Tour, Day 9

We’ve checked in to our penultimate stop, thanks to David over at What’s Good to Read for this review! Trailblazer follows the true story of Lily Parr, one of the countries most successful footballers and, so far, the only women player to have been commemorated with a statue in the National Football Museum in Manchester. It is not just …

‘So whether you already have a budding little footballer in the house or a child that thinks “football is for boys” this is a book they should read.’ Trailblazer Blog Tour, Day 9 Read More »

‘The book opens the door to age-appropriate conversations about inequality and prejudice.’ Trailblazer Blog Tour, Day 8

We’ve made it to stop 8 on our blog tour, and today we are joined by Lorraine, AKA The Merry Bookworm, and her football-mad son, Harvey; Imagine being an extremely talented football player, scoring 43 goals in your first season at age 14, being head-hunted to play for one of the country’s best teams and playing …

‘The book opens the door to age-appropriate conversations about inequality and prejudice.’ Trailblazer Blog Tour, Day 8 Read More »