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14th March 2017
Mother’s Day 2017
Mother’s Day 2017
In a week-and-a-bits time it will be Mother's day (a day to recognise and celebrate the contribution and achievements of these wonderful women). We thought this year would be a great opportunity for us to embrace some "girl power" and share some children's storybook suggestions which showcase heroines and their courage, confidence and creativity,... Read More...

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24th February 2017
Grab your favourite book – World Book Day is almost here!
Grab your favourite book – World Book Day is almost here!
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1st February 2017
Our National Storytelling Week Celebration
To mark National Storytelling Week, which continues until Friday, we thought we would share what we think are the best opening lines in children's book. Children's books are a brilliant blend of simplicity and life lessons. They can be funny, poignant or charming and often stay with us well into adulthood. This is the reason why the opening lines... Read More...

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25th January 2017
Year of the Ebook
Year of the Ebook
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9th November 2016
Why kids hate history
Why kids hate history
When asking adults and children alike, what their favourite subjects were at school, history will nearly always come last. Considered boring and irrelevant, as it is not applicable to life... Read More...

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17th October 2016
Superheroes are Dethroning Prince and Princesses
Superheroes are Dethroning Prince and Princesses
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18th July 2016
Summer Holiday Scribbles
Summer Holiday Scribbles
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12th July 2016
Time to Take Learning Outdoors
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10th June 2016
In Praise of the Nation's Dads
In Praise of the Nation's Dads
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1st June 2016
Five Reasons Why Dads Should Read to Their Children More
Five Reasons Why Dads Should Read to Their Children More
Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin. A new study reveals that children greatly benefit from their father reading them bedtime stories. Dads spark "imaginative discussions" and are more instrumental to their children's language development because of the way they read to their kids. Dr Elisabeth Duursma, who conducted the study, found that... Read More...

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