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In A Planet Full of Plastic (Wren & Rook) Neal Layton introduces children to the current and vital topic of plastic pollution. The  ..read more
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Katherine Rundell (Bloomsbury) Fellow children’s literature appreciators have all experienced the following, when stepping out of their ..read more
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Today I am hosting the Read for Empathy blog tour, which celebrates books that help develop empathy, in the build-up to Empathy Day ..read more
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SEA: A World Beneath the WavesPatricia Hegarty & Britta Teckentrup (Little Tiger Press) Following the huge success of  Tree, Bee and ..read more
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Norm Sylvia Liang (Thames & Hudson) Norm (short for Normal) lives in a world where everything is the same. Him and his friends go round ..read more
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Panda and Penguin live together and share everything, including the beloved tatty old sofa they love to sit on. They decide to go and buy a ..read more
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Today is National Unicorn Day and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than to introduce Beatrice Blue’s gorgeous début ..read more
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Wisp: a Story of Hope Zana Fraillon & Grahame Baker-Smith (Orchard Books) One evening, a Wisp of air  floats in a refugee camp. A ..read more
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Don’t judge a book by its cover. Are we not always telling children this? Yet the intended audience of picturebooks are, for the ..read more
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The Blue Balloon (Hodder Children’s Books), Mick Inkpen’s classic picture book, is 30 years old this year! A favourite of so many ..read more

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