What’s in the hole? Mystery and possibility, that’s what.
Moving house is a big pain, both in the backside and, of course, in the heart.
This books does not tell readers what to think or what to feel. But it certainly prompts a lot of thinking and feeling.
The story surges with great big feelings
Reading might not be the number one means of learning your left from your right, this book certainly gets readers thinking why it matters
It’s a book about being in the world enough to notice things
The idea behind Watch This! A book about making shapes is simple, but brilliant.
More than ever, the idea of setting out to frighten your kids on purpose feels plain wrong. But scary stories have their uses…
There have been scores of recent publications introducing mindfulness to kids. now by Antoinette Portis might just be the best of all.
Spurred by our reading on plastic, we took a trip to see Plasticology