Beautifully written, heart-warming and made me ugly cry. Just from the cover you can see that this is a love story. It's a love story like none other. The premise is 'Evie Snow has died and her soul is too heavy to pass through to the other side. So she has to rid herself of the … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Carrie Hope Fletcher
To infuse a bit of fun, a big of challenge and a bit of competition in reading I have come up with a few reading bingo/book bingo ideas. I will send these to the teachers at school to see if they're any good... but I thought this would be a good place to share a … Continue reading Book bingo!
The Girl of Ink and Stars: just like stars it shines and astounds. I had seen lots on Twitter about this beautiful gem of a book. Just from the cover I saw that it was going to be a stand out book. (I know, I know, don't judge a book by its cover, but c'mon … Continue reading Bookblog: Kiran Milwood-Hargrave
I grew up reading Roald Dahl and one of my favourites was absolutely The BFG. When I found out there was going to be a live action film version, I was a little worried. I always worry when there are going to the live action versions of books/animated films I love (Beauty and the Beast … Continue reading The BFG
"Stop missing me, I'm right here" I'm incredibly proud of where I am in my life. I have a job that I love and I am working towards a career that I believe I was born to do. It hasn't been an easy ride. I was not on this career path for quite a while. … Continue reading MISS! MISS! MISS!
The Sin Eater's Daughter and The Sleeping Prince are magnificent. Melinda Salisbury has an amazing way with words. I'll start with The Sin Eater's Daughter (as it's the first in the trilogy). It is painted as a story about a girl, Twylla, who is engaged to marry the prince and everyone is afraid of her, no one … Continue reading Bookblog: Melinda Salisbury
I am an absolute Book Devourer. If there was a title for the different types of readers, I would definitely be a Book Devourer. I read like it's going out of fashion. And I read for different reasons: - For pleasure: these books are books that I've bought for my own consumption. I don't need … Continue reading Booksbooksbooks
So recently I was lucky enough to get to go on a residential to London with a wonderful Year 6 class who I had taught since they were in Year 3. (In Year 3 I taught them one afternoon a week, in Year 4 I was their full time TA, in Year 5 I taught … Continue reading Matilda The Musical
No, not Adele unfortunately. But me! Hi, I'm Steph and welcome to 'A Little But A Lot'. I want to use this space to talk about things that matter to me; in my day in, day out kind of life. I want to use this space to talk about my career - the wonderful, frustrating, … Continue reading Hello, it’s me…