I’ve had an INCREDIBLE bunch of book post this week, which I can’t wait to share with you! Keep an eye on my blog, twitter and instagram (both: @primaryteachew) for full reviews and summaries in the very near future…
A Poem For Every Autumn Day – Edited by Allie Esiri (Macmillan)
I’ve got a copy of ‘Poems for every day of the year’ and absolutely love it, so can’t wait for this autumn version! I’ll be taking this straight into school to read daily with my tutor!
The Perfect Parent Project – Stewart Foster
I have been WAITING for this one! I’ve loved Stewart’s previous books & this one sounds like it will be just as fab (if not more so!).
All New Children’s Encylopedia – Edited by Christopher Lloyd (Britannica Books)
Filled with not only facts and information, this also has sections including ‘Ask the Experts’ and quizzes, as well as being gorgeously illustrated!
Teaching Rebooted – Jon Tait (Bloomsbury)
I always like to read some CPD books to keep my skills relevant and provoke my thinking, so can’t wait to get stuck into this as I know Jon always has some brilliant nuggets to take away from his books!
Dance Like A Flamingo – Moria Butterfield & Claudia Bolt (Welbeck Publishing)
HOW CUTE does this picture book look 😍.
Interview With A Tiger – Andy Seed & Nick East (Welbeck Publishing)
A beautifully illustrated picture book which features lots of your favourite animals!
The International Yeti Collective: Shadowspring – Paul Mason (Little Tiger)
The sequel to the fantastic International Yeti Collective, this is sure to be another fab part of the series!
Toto the Ninja Cat & the Mystery Jewel Thief – Dermot O’Leary (Hodder)
Another book which is part of a series, this looks like the best yet! Toto will be chasing a thief and hopefully cracking a crime!
The Egyptians – Tony Marx (Little Tiger)
An exciting non-fiction book about one of my favourite periods of history!
Childish Spirits – Rob Keeley (Matador)
A creepy story which I think will be a brilliant read!
WOW! What a week for book post! I can’t believe how lucky I’ve been to get such brilliant titles. A busy reading week ahead 🤓