At the beginning of the year I set myself a target of reading 20 books in 2020. Something I have managed to achieve before the end of April – I’m really quite proud of myself. In case you are also on a quest to read more this year, or simply looking for reading list inspiration. I have made a note of all the books that I’ve read for you to take a look at…
If you want to catch ’em all, you gotta have this essential guide to the world of Pokemon. Your favourite characters from every known region are all inside this book!
Enter a world of pattern, symmetry and shape and have a go at creating perfect circles and triangles, designing your own tessellations and making marvellous mandalas. Whether you’re a maths whizz or a dating doodler, this book is your graphic guide to smart art!
But remember – this is NOT a maths book!
Pocket your smartphone, put away your tablet, and unplug your games console! This book is the perfect screen-free boredom-buster for when you’re trapped indoors.
This month has tested me in so many ways. With my wellbeing on the edge of coping at times. I’ve attempted to maintain that graceful swan-like appearance throughout the thick of things. Whilst crumbling when I’m alone with my thoughts finally catching up with me. Thank goodness for long car journeys, although the sight of a woman crying behind the wheel might have looked a little odd to passing motorists.
A positive and insightful guide for teenagers giving them the tools they need to build confidence, eliminate negative feelings and boost happiness in all areas of life. From the best-selling authors behind Create Your Own Happy.
The Educated Guess is the first book in a new series exploring how we commonly think about education. By drawing on wide-ranging expertise and advice from many sources, it lifts the lid on our widely held views and discusses how they play out.
YouGov research by Readly, the digital magazine service, reveals our top Christmas wishes and clues to the ideal last-minute Christmas pressie. A Readly subscription, with over 4500 digital magazines, would be a success under any Christmas tree this year.
Did you know that at the very moment you were born Mrs Claus allocated you an elf? It’s true! Your very own elf who watches to see when you have been naughty and nice. Every year, just before Christmas, your elf reports to Santa and Mrs Claus so they can decide what presents you can have from your list.
Greek mythology is everywhere. Superstar footballers have the Midas touch, fashion designers have their Muses, we undertake Herculean tasks, we make personal Odysseys, and we all have our Achilles heel. This book gives a selection of some of the greatest mortals, immortals and monsters in Greek mythology.