Ok last weekend I was absolutely in tatters, I was in a quandary, in Oxford one of my favourite authors was going to be in conversation with another author whose work I have been very interested in. And it would be possible for me to go. Eeep. You may not know this about me but … Continue reading Event: Sophie Anderson in Conversation with Candy Gourlay- Blackwells Oxford.
James Carter is a poet, non-fiction and educational writer and his books are brilliant, but if you ever get the chance to see him in performance, showcase or workshop I highly recommend you do as after seeing James at the Little Tiger Event James is incredibly funny but also with a keen understanding of both … Continue reading Once Upon A Star- James Carter and Mar Hernández
Ok I’m a little late with this write up but I came down with migraines and an awful lurgy last week, plus HEAT and I’m still bunged up in one ear even today so let stop faffing and get on with things!! I’m delighted to have caught the eye of the team at Little Tiger … Continue reading Little Tiger at the Discover Children’s Story Centre
Over the next 3 weeks my Monday Notable Non-Fictions will especially be featuring Space themed non-fiction books in preparation for the 50th Anniversary Of The Apollo 11 Mission on 20th July. This book is packed full of carefully considered facts and explanations to answer many children’s curious questions about working in space related careers. The … Continue reading Notable Non-Fiction – How to be an Astronaut- Dr Sheila Kanani & Sol Linero
For many people around my age (I'm a millennial) Harry Potter in one way or another is seared on our consciousness and some of us are now passing that onto our children. As the fandom celebrates another Harry Potter Book Night I look back... Even though I’m the right age to have read the first … Continue reading Harry Potter Book Night- What does Potter mean to you?