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A US reader gives 5 stars for Grobblechops!

Five star review for Grobblechops! Buy Grobblechops   We love this fantastic review of Grobblechops from a reader in the US, who gave it a fabulous five stars! Read it below!     Grobblechops is such a cute, adorable looking monster. How is it possible that anyone could be scared of him? But in this story Amir is dreading going to bed and finds more and more reasons to be scared. Thankfully, his dad is…

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Another fab 5 star review for Grobblechops!

Buy Grobblechops Goodreads user Maddy wrote this fab review of Grobblechops! She gave it five stars! Read the review below! I picked this up from the reflecting realities bookshelf in the library, and I found it to be a great traditional story about children being afraid of the dark/not wanting to go to bed. It is such a relatable book for everyone, especially children and it makes the children empathise with Amir. The colourful illustrations…

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Grobblechops is a clever variation on the fear of monsters – Books for Keeps

Buy Grobblechops Researcher and former Principal Children’s Librarian Clive Barnes wrote a fantastic review of Grobblechops in Books for Keeps. He gave it 4/5 stars! Here’s a clever variation on the theme of the fear of monsters in the night. Dad’s first idea of reassurance is to pledge armed family back-up in the case of monster attack. He’ll be there with a frying pan if the monster isn’t deterred by Amir’s scariest face. However, far-sighted…

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Grobblechops carries the most important human values: tolerance and acceptance!

Buy Grobblechops When we talk about ‘British values’, it can be hard to pin down what we really mean. On hearing the phrase, you might immediately think of things like queueing, or having a cup of tea with a friend. Or you might think of values like democracy, freedom and fairness. Our book Grobblechops explores one of the most important values for young people to learn: tolerance and acceptance towards people who are different from…

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Grobblechops is intriguing and beautiful! – Lesley McFarlane

Buy Grobblechops Primary school teaching assistant Lesley McFarlane wrote a great review of our book Grobblechops! Read it below! A thirteenth century poet, philosopher, and mystic, as inspiration for a children’s book?! A story about a monster under the bed?! To say I was sceptical is an understatement. However, I was also intrigued and so I dived in! The thought of monsters under the bed, is a tale as old as humans. What might lurk…

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