Life can be so busy and often we don’t realise that small acts of kindness can not only make us feel good, but they can transform someone’s day. However, as we go about our daily lives, where can you Create Your Own Kindness? It is easier than you might think
Talking Up is an illustrated children’s book series aiming to inspire and encourage emotional development. Each short story provides themes to help children understand challenging issues and encourage emotional intelligence.
You may be wondering how you can encourage reading more, or perhaps want a little more insight into the type of genres your child might be interested in. If this is the case, then hopefully some of the things highlighted below could help you.
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.
Winnie The Witch just can’t explain a smashed vase, collapsing curtains, or a shattered chandelier. Is her house haunted? And is there a spell to fix it? Find out in this spookily funny story, and don’t forget to keep a close eye on Winnie’s cat, Wilbur!
By the light of a silvery moon, Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and his faithful friends are heading for Thunder Mountain.
Their mission? To take a little something home.
Anna and Otis the snake are great friends and they love having fun together. But Otis the snake knows people are scared of snakes, so he usually just plays at home or in the garden. He is nervous when Anna suggests a new adventure.
Arthur wants a balloon tells the story of a parent’s depression and the small glimmer of hope that shines through the darkness. This beautiful and gentle tale reminds us that even in the worst situations, there is light and love.
Veggie Adventures is a collection of short stories aimed at children aged 5 and above, based on the importance of good nutrition and its impact on well-being.