The Magic Misfits: you can't go wrong with a bunch of misfits you want to win the day! "When street magician Carter runs away, he never expects to find friends and magic in a sleepy New England town. But like any good trick, things change instantly as greedy B.B. Bosso and his crew of crooked … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Neil Patrick Harris
Month: January 2018
BLOG TOUR: My Colourful Chameleon
My Colourful Chameleon: fun and perfect for little people! " A funny, rhyming story about a girl who keeps losing her beloved yet troublesome pet chameleon. It's not her fault though, changing colour is what chameleons do best! Mum is angry at the disappearing critter, and the girl must convince her that the pet can stay. … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: My Colourful Chameleon
2 down, 2 to go!
Last week was week 2 in my Second School Placement and what a week it was! It was a total rollercoaster of a week. I had some definite down moments, but there were some real up moments too! Getting to grips with new kids, behaviour systems and new ways of managing behaviour is definitely the … Continue reading 2 down, 2 to go!
S4S – Authors I discovered in 2017
Hello there everyone! How are we all? How is your Sunday going? Are you here to check out my #SixforSunday? Or are you here to check out my other posts from this week? Well come in, you're more than welcome, whatever the answer! Today is another #SixforSunday post! Today's post is all about: Six authors … Continue reading S4S – Authors I discovered in 2017
BOOKBLOG: Women in…
Women in Sport/Women in Science: brilliantly biographical celebrations of incredible women, from the past and the present The amazing people at Hachette sent me these copies of these books and I was absolutely gobsmacked. I have been ogling Women in Science on the shelves for a while in Waterstones, so when I heard Women in … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Women in…
BOOKBLOG: Amy Wilson
A Far Away Magic: a magical and touching tale of friendship and family "When Angel moves to a new school after the death of her parents, she isn’t interested in making friends. Until she meets Bavar - a strange boy, tall, awkward and desperate to remain unseen, but who seems to have a kind of … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Amy Wilson
BOOKBLOG: Rob Biddulph
Kevin: a wonderful story with the most brilliant of imaginary friends "Uh-oh – Sid Gibbons is in trouble again! Time to think fast… When Sid makes yet another mess, and his mum is at the end of her patience, Sid does what every quick-thinking kid would do – he blames it on his big, furry, … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Rob Biddulph
It starts with a smile…
Things that have made me smile recently: Surprise parties with amazing family. Having a cry. Watching my little blog grow. Laughter. A lot of laughter. Amazing friends. Birthday presents. Books. Friends. Having time to myself. Terrible karaoke. Meals out with family. Restaurant week. Kind texts. Invitations to amazing book events. Being nominated for a UKYA Book … Continue reading It starts with a smile…
Back in the classroom!
Last week, I got back in the classroom after a lovely Christmas holiday and then a week of training (which comprised of Early Years training, a 2 day Thinking Skills Conference and some data training!). I was so glad to be getting back into the classroom, however the big change this time round is that … Continue reading Back in the classroom!
S4S – Favourite covers of 2017
HELLO THERE. #SixforSunday is in its 4rd week of 2018. So far I've had some controversial opinions, and you've all shared your opinions too! This week should be far less polarising! Today is a lovely one! Today we are thinking about: Favourite covers of 2017 I'm actually going to show the covers! You don't need … Continue reading S4S – Favourite covers of 2017