Good morning! It's ThursTAG once again and today I am mourning the loss of my favourite season with the 'Goodbye Summer' blog tag! I don't HATE Autumn, but it doesn't do wonders for my mood, ha. *** WHICH BOOK CAN YOU NOT STOP THINKING ABOUT? The Book of Stolen Dreams by David Farr. That book … Continue reading ThursTAG: Goodbye Summer!
Month: September 2021
BLOG TOUR: Steve Tomecek
Good morning! It's my stop on the Earth is Big blog tour and I have the amazing author, Steve Tomecek, has stopped by to talk to you all! How lucky are we? Earth is big! (compared to a frog) Earth is small! (when it's hiding in a galaxy) And that's not all. Earth is wet and … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Steve Tomecek
Mini reviews: A graphic novel round up!
Good morning everyone! I am here with some more graphic novels that I’ve read recently. I find graphic novels a great thing to wrap up in mini reviews and they’re always super popular blog posts! This is part 4 (5?) of the ‘Steph reads loads of graphic novels’ blog series (if you want to see … Continue reading Mini reviews: A graphic novel round up!
Mini reviews: perfect for Halloween!
Hello everyone! I hope you are all well! I’m stopping by your timelines today to share 4 more books that will be perfect for the upcoming spooooky, Halloween’y period! Featuring dragons, magic, dressing up and ghosts, these books will be spot on! My Y6 readers are slowly embracing these books and are thoroughly enjoying them! … Continue reading Mini reviews: perfect for Halloween!
FREE RESOURCE: Maths calendars: Redo October
Good morning everyone! When we went into lockdown, I started making Maths calendars to share with everyone and now that we’re starting a new academic year, I was thinking about how to change them so that people could still use them and they’re still appropriate for all year groups. The problem I ran into was … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: Maths calendars: Redo October
S4S – Books I studied in school
Good morning! I'm not sure where my #SixforSunday posts have disappeared to. I wrote them all in August and they've all just gone *POOF* and gone... so I'm so sorry! I have loved seeing all of your posts throughout September! October's prompts should all be live now - remember to check out the #SixforSunday tab … Continue reading S4S – Books I studied in school
#SIXFORSUNDAY DOES OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER
Hello everyone! Welcome to the final few months of prompts for #SixforSunday. As I’ve said a few times, I can’t quite believe that other people are joining in with this silly little prompt I make on my blog. This was something I started for myself back in 2017 (4 years ago?!) and it’s just kind of … Continue reading #SIXFORSUNDAY DOES OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER
ThursTAG: Back to the 90s!
Good morning! It is I, ThursTAG back again! We're revisiting some of the trends of the 90s in today's installment (I'll be honest - these things are clearly American, but I'm embracing them anyway haha) *** POKEMON: THE AUTHOR YOU NEED EVERY BOOK FROM. Lol, I think we all know the answer to this question. … Continue reading ThursTAG: Back to the 90s!
Mini reviews: the SPooOOooKY ones
Hello everyone! I hope you are all well! I'm stopping by your timelines today to share 4 books that will be perfect for the upcoming spooooky, Halloween'y period! Featuring vampires, ghosts, witches and creepy talking machines, these books will be spot on! My Y6 readers are slowly embracing these books and are thoroughly enjoying them! … Continue reading Mini reviews: the SPooOOooKY ones
Mini reviews: the ones that brought such joy!
I hope you’re all doing well and staying safe! Today, I’m sharing some mini reviews of some gorgeous kids' books I've read recently. Honestly, I adored each of these and I know my kids are also getting a lot of joy from them too! *** WishYouWas by Alexandra Page It's 1952 in smog-shrouded London. Christmas … Continue reading Mini reviews: the ones that brought such joy!