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Telling Traditional Tales with Puffin Classics

If you’re searching for high-quality collections of stories from around the world, then there’s no need to scour the globe! Look no further than three new titles from Puffin Classics that bring together traditional tales from the Caribbean, India and Africa. Tales from the Caribbean is a collection of dazzling folk stories from the islands of the West Indies. Author Trish Cooke’s retellings are written in a clear, readable style, and the lush landscapes, delicious-sounding…

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All About DK Find Out!

DK has a long-standing reputation as a publisher of fantastic non-fiction books for children, so teachers will be glad to learn that the DK Find Out! series continues this tradition. Aimed at children aged six to eight years old, each book offers a sound, well laid-out introduction to a non-fiction topic. There is an excellent and diverse range of subjects to choose from, including sharks, engineering, the Solar System, reptiles and amphibians, Ancient Rome, science,… Continue reading

Pop-Up Shakespeare

Illustrator Jennie Maizels has added to her fabulous array of non-fiction pop-up books with the brand new Pop-Up Shakespeare, a collaboration with Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor of the Reduced Shakespeare Company. For anyone who enjoyed Maizels's previous books such as The Terrific Times Tables Book (with Kate Petty) and Pop-Up London, this new addition published by Walker Books is equally visually stunning as well as informative. Ideal for Key Stage 2, the book comprises… Continue reading

‘I Wonder Why…’ Books

I have often had requests from teachers for books in the brilliant I Wonder Why... series from Kingfisher, many of which have not been in print up until recently. I'm pleased to say that several of these Key Stage 1-level non-fiction books have now been re-designed and re-published, and there is a range of fascinating titles to choose from. The series covers topics that span science, History and geography, with titles asking I Wonder Why… Continue reading