The dog who saved the world

Book Review: The Dog Who Saved The World by Ross Welford

The Dog Who Saved The World is a mix of miracles, magic, adventure, science fiction, friendship, hope, stupidity, disappointment - all in one rollercoaster ride! 
Teaching Tales Learning Trails

Teaching Tales Learning Trails: The Book For Everyone Who Has A Stake In Education

Teaching Tales Learning Trails illuminates the complex world of pedagogy, putting the meta-analysis of several studies on learning into everyday teaching.
A chair for my mother

‘A Chair For My Mother’: When every drop makes an ocean

A chair for my mother is a meaningful short story with useful ideas to teach children about saving money, sharing and living together in harmony.

Book Review: Enid Blyton’s Summertime Stories by Hachette

From picnics in the sunshine to daring outdoor adventures, Enid Blyton brings the excitement and magic of summertime in her unique style. Written in simple language and easy flow, Enid Blyton's Summertime Stories is great for emerging readers- perfect for classroom reading or bedtime read-aloud stories alike! 
You are awesome book review

Book Review: ‘You Are Awesome: Find Your Confidence and Dare to be Brilliant at (Almost) Anything’ by Mathew Syed

While schools and academics focus on "skill-acquisition for the future",  about two-thirds of the kids today will end up in jobs that don't even exist today. "You Are Awesome" addresses some of the quandaries of the adolescent mind directly and empathically.