Science and Me is the start of the journey, the launchpad into exploration, inspiration and knowledge. It’s exciting, interesting and the perfect way to enthuse children about science, history and really show what human beings from all backgrounds, and therefore they, are capable of.
Working for the brilliant library service, a place which doesn’t discriminate, a welcome community hub and home for all, I often think about those
When I was approached to join the blog tour for the latest Histronoauts book, I honestly didn’t hesitate. I’ve been recommending this series in
Ever since I started working for the library service and looking in depth at LGBTQ+ children’s literature, (thanks to colleague, Dr Liz Chapman), I
Can you believe that this is a blog post I’ve been waiting around 6 years to write! Probably my most anticipated children’s book release
The more I write these blog posts, the more I realise that, though we may all be unique, we, as humans, share emotions and
The blog in which I write “perfect” a lot!
I think everyone understands that feeling of not fitting in, we’ve
Yes, I have been called a crazy cat lady on many many occasions, despite only ever owning one cat. But my goodness, did I
I remember, vividly as a 5 year old moving house, and my best friend of the time saying to me, in school, “will I
Sunday Rain is a gorgeous book demonstrating perfectly, with understanding and empathy, the importance of gentle encouragement in early years. Of facing fears and stepping outside that comfort zone and the positive effects which result from leaping right into life and right into those glorious, rainy day puddles!
Welcome to Children’s Books North’s Autumn Highlights – celebrating new books from CBN members with a tour of Northern and Scottish book blogs. As
I recently took up crochet (stay with me, I honestly have a book related point) and joined a Facebook group for inspiration and ideas.
A Girl Called Owl the first book in this gorgeous series, was our last book read for the children’s book group Kid Lit Readers
Illustrated fiction for young readers is probably the biggest marvel of modern publishing. Longer fully illustrated novels designed specifically to bridge the gap between