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Grobblechops will resonate with adults and children of all ages – Reading Pebbles

Buy Grobblechops Fab children’s book blog Reading Pebbles have reviewed Grobblechops! Take a look! Grobblechops is a retelling of a poem by Rumi, a renowned poet and philosopher who lived in ancient Persia. This is one of several of his poems which have been translated by the publishers Tiny Owl, and brought to life in engaging and thoughtful picture books for a new generation.  I love all the retellings, but this is my favourite so…

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Grobblechops wasn’t hard to write! – Elizabeth Laird

Buy Grobblechops Elizabeth Laird wrote a fantastic blog for educational consultants Just Imagine! She talked about her process for writing and her new book Grobblechops! Read it below! Follow Your Nose and See Where It Takes You…! A Writing Starter from Elizabeth Laird Where does finding a new story come from? Sometimes the beginning is no more than a whisper in my ear, a voice that says, “Oh that looks interesting. I think I’ll explore that.” Usually I…

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Grobblechops is a top book for bedtime! – Mama Filz

Buy Grobblechops Children’s book blogger Mama Filz included Grobblechops in her top books to read at bedtime! Read the review below! The fear of monsters under the bed along with nightmares can begin when children begin school, around 4-5 years old. Grobblechops, though it is based on a tale from Rumi (a thirteenth century poet and philosopher) the storyline will resonate with many children, parents and carers. Jenny Lucander has drawn a very vivid, interesting…

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Book Trust pick Grobblechops as one of their best new books!

Buy Grobblechops Book Trust have included Grobblechops in their fab list of ‘Books We Love’ for April! Read the amazing review below! Amir doesn’t want to go to bed. He is scared of the dark and afraid there might be a monster under his bed; a monster called Grobblechops who has huge teeth and growls like a tiger. Dad reassures Amir that if he growls louder, the monster will go away – but Amir can’t help…

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Grobblechops wasn’t hard to write! – Elizabeth Laird

Buy Grobblechops Elizabeth Laird wrote a fantastic blog for educational consultants Just Imagine! She talked about her process for writing and her new book Grobblechops! Read it below! Follow Your Nose and See Where It Takes You…! A Writing Starter from Elizabeth Laird Where does finding a new story come from? Sometimes the beginning is no more than a whisper in my ear, a voice that says, “Oh that looks interesting. I think I’ll explore that.” Usually I…

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