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FIVE stars for Last from senior lecturer Mathew Tobin!

Nicola Davies’s strong powerful images help guide young readers Buy Last: The Story of a White Rhino We’re delighted with this FIVE star review of Last from senior lecturer Mathew Tobin over on Goodreads! Have a read below. Sudan is the last of his kind: a white rhino. Brutally taken from his mother, who was shot for her horn by poachers, he is shipped to a zoo devoid of any colour, smell, natural sound or…

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Do your bit with our Save the World checklist!

EVERY week is recycling week! Buy Dare REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE! ♻️🌏🌱 To celebrate Recycling Week, download our checklist to see how many planet-friendly actions you can tick off as a class or family! Download your free checklist here Dare is a rhythmic provocation to dreaming and daring – Publishers Weekly  Dare featured in Children’s Books Ireland reading guide! Bologna Book Fair selects Dare as an excellent international book! Dare is simple and inspiring! – Mathew Tobin Visit our bookstore Download book posters…

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Books to save the mother earth

Buy Alive Again Buy The Orange House   By Meghan Sullivan Happy Earth Day! The day before it I went out for a walk and saw all the blossom on the trees. It reminded me that nature is so wonderful, and so vital for our lives. What would we do without the honey from the bees, or the wheat from the fields? But as cars whizzed by, I was also reminded that the way we live hurts nature.…

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Video: introduce the water cycle with The Snowman and the Sun

A playful yet touching way to introduce the water cycle and environmental issues to your child: below you can watch the introductory video for The Snowman and the Sun! Where does a snowman go when he melts? Where does he go when the sun shines bright and hot? Does he go far away? And will he ever come back? The Snowman and the Sun is a modern-day fable about how our attachments to people and…

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The Orange House

The Orange House £12.99 £5.99 UK only PRODUCT INFO The Orange House is a unique take on the celebration of being different. The small Orange House stands at the end of the alley, feeling sad and left out as all the nearby tall buildings admire another new building being built. Her old stone stairs and pipes are no match for the new building’s elevator and brand new pipes that they say will never burst. Feeling she has…

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