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Meet amazing poet Eloise Greenfield!

Buy Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me This video introduces the author of Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me, her life and her amazing work! Eloise is an African-American children’s poet and author. She has written biographies, a memoir and over 40 children’s books. Her work has won many prestigious awards, including the Coretta Scott King-Virginia Hamilton Award for Lifetime Achievement. Thinker uses poetry and beautiful illustrations to tell the story of the boy Jace and…

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Watch a fab book trailer for fantastic new title There’s Room for Everyone

Buy There’s Room for Everyone We live in a scary world, surrounded by frightening news and images that even children are exposed to. We wanted to give children HOPE that that they can face the problems that they see around them, and find ways to make the world a better place. That’s why we are launching a new series! HOPE IN A SCARY WORLD aims to spread positive messages that encourage children to show compassion,…

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A Bottle of Happiness recommended for school libraries!

Buy A Bottle of Happiness Education website TeachWire have included A Bottle of Happiness in their list of 50 modern reads for school libraries! This list aims to introduce teachers, librarians and children to great books they might not have seen before. They also made a fab poster which you can download and print here. Read what they had to say below! Flick through any ‘best books’ list for children and it’s likely the same…

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Chalk Eagle is richly evocative – Achuka

Buy Chalk Eagle Fab children’s book blog Achuka have recommended our wordless picture book Chalk Eagle! Read their fab review below! A richly evocative sequence of silkscreen illustrations using a limited palette of green and blue creates a wordless picture book that is a beautifully produced work of art. “The story of Chalk Eagle is based on a memory of my husband’s childhood. His name is Amin and he loves bird and horses. When he…

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Show every child the joy of stories!

Why it’s so important to make children’s books fun! by Maleeha Mir Growing up, I never used ‘books’ and ‘fun’ in the same sentence – they were polar opposites in my mind. But now that I’m older and wiser, I know that wasn’t the case at all – I just hadn’t found the right book! I mean the one that would open my eyes to a thousand enchanting worlds, introduce me to a million marvellous characters,…

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