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Zeb Soanes 15h
Today is the official PUBLICATION DAY for Gaspard’s latest adventure GASPARD BEST IN SHOW! Now available in bookshops and as an audiobook on Amazon, Audible and iTunes. Hear a sample here:
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Scott Evans 4h
Replying to @SwapnaHaddow
No problem. I meant to tell you too that this year, a girl in my class absolutely adored Dave. So much so that after I told her there was more, I had to seek out Racer! & Nuggets! for her. She really became a reader before my eyes (& at home!) & that’s thanks to you too 😊📚 🐦
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Scott Evans 4h
Done 👍📚
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Scott Evans 4h
13Storey Treehouse ; Diary of Pig ; Narwhal ; TomGates ; Bad Guys: Aaron Blabey; King Flashypants ; CartoonKid ; BarryLoser ; DavePigeon ; SamWu
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Scott Evans 7h
👍📚 Mr Majeika; Owl Afraid of the Dark; Worst Witch; Magic Finger; Magic Faraway Tree; Hodgeheg. Recent: Boy Who Grew Dragons ; Mr Penguin/Claude ; Piggy Handsome ; Milton the Mighty .
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Scott Evans Aug 19
!📚✉️ Well it’s only this absolutely beauty! Such a sight 😍 Out 5/9. Eight original princess stories set in different times all around the world, basking in the most glorious of illustrations. Huge thanks !
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Scott Evans 16h
Replying to @cbbc @Konnie_Huq and 10 others
Blue Peter must be in its own forever untouchable tier so far off the scale it can’t be seen by the look of it then. Am I right ?💪
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Scott Evans 17h
Yes! The Queen’s Nose 😍 Bodger and Badger is one I forgot. The Really Wild Show, SMart, Even Stevens, Kerching and Get Your Own Back are all coming back to me!
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Scott Evans 18h
Completely agree! I think I speak for many teachers when I say it’s a staple in primary schools up and down the country.
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Scott Evans 18h
Replying to @BethRowe1 @PJD90 and 5 others
Absolutely agree, that’s actually on this list too. Only reason I didn’t mention it was because I saw already had in the thread. Brilliant book and superbly illustrated by too.
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Scott Evans 18h
Remember being read this in primary myself. Good ones like that definitely stay with you forever!
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Scott Evans 18h
Thanks . Take a look at Voices series published by & commissioned by which would be perfect for this. Now or Never set in World War 2. Diver’s Daughter in Tudor times & Son of the Circus in the Victorian era.
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Scott Evans 19h
Replying to @ally_sherrick
I mean.
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Scott Evans 19h
Replying to @PJD90 @BooksTales and 2 others
Didn't see you wanted Anglo-Saxons too when I first read this. The Buried Crown by @allysherrick is brilliant.
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Scott Evans 19h
Hope these help. I'd go with Mr Majeika; Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark; Worst Witch; Magic Finger; Magic Faraway Tree If you're looking more recent: Boy Who Grew Dragons ; Piggy Handsome ; Milton the Mighty
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Scott Evans 19h
Replying to @PJD90 @BooksTales and 2 others
Odd and the Frost Giants & Norse Myths: Tales of Odin, Thor & Loki by Kevin Crossley-Holland & . As featured in my booklist here that I wrote for The School Run:
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Scott Evans 20h
👍📚 Definitely Nowhere Emporium . Authors to seek out: Katherine Rundell; ; ; ; ; ; ; . Get involved with too .
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Scott Evans 20h
Enjoy! This is absolutely stunning and definitely one of my books of the year. That's why I included it in the vote for May.
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Scott Evans 20h
Thank you Gordon, that's much appreciated.
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