Monthly Archives: April 2017
Win a set of plays from our best-selling fiction series, Snow-Man!
Let me set the scene...
It's the middle of December, everyone should be in their winter coats and playing in the snow, but something has happened in the town of Shiverton, they are having a heat wave! Snow is melting and running down the hill, but why? How is there a heat wave in December? Who could be responsible?
It's time for Cole Day to munch on a raw carrot and transform into the world's coldest superhero, Snow-Man.
This brillllliant play has been skilfully rewritten from the original title to include seven speaking parts with varying amounts of lines so everyone can be included.
The play consists of only 1000 words but is packed full of humour and superb illustrations by Steve Beckett to keep the attention of the participants. Although it has a reading age of 8-9 and an interest age of 8-12, I promise you boys and girls of all ages will absolutely love it!
Blue and yellow shimmering lights are dancing all over the kitchen window of Dr Dire's house which can only mean one thing...
He's going back in time to try and steal something again! Someone needs to stop him, stealing from the past can change the present and may even destroy the future. But who can stop him? What is he trying to steal? Is the future going to be destroyed?
Not if Spike and Mia can help it!
This inventive series will have reluctant readers' imaginations swirling as much as The Gizmo's vortex. With fast-paced, humorous plots and captivating characters, Time Trek will be an asset to your school.
The modern, colourful illustrations by Steve Beckett bring the stories to life and encourage the reader to turn the page, rewarding them with more exhilarating graphics and mesmerising stories.
Award winning, comic author Tommy Donbavand, has exceled himself with this brilliant series. Frantic in France, one of the eight titles in the se
Posted on: Apr 11, 2017
Without even working in children’s books, it is obvious to most which books are timeless favourites as their names continuously crop up. You know exactly which books I’m talking about, don’t you? The Hunger Games. Anything by Jacqueline Wilson. The CHERUB series. Diaries of Georgia Nicolson. These are just some of the well-known books that school libraries struggle to keep on the shelf. Their popularity is schoolwide and the interest just doesn’t seem to fade. These books are responsible for getting hundreds of thousands of children to read, a feat which in this day and age is actually rather hard!