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November Book of the Month

Our featured book for November is Sweep by Louise Greig .  In Sweep Ed’s bad mood begins as something really small but before long it grows and spreads through the whole town. But how will Ed sweep his troubles away? This is an uplifting story that helps children learn to recognize and deal with big emotions. After reading this book,…

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October Book of the Month

Our featured book for October is Hip and Hop by Akala. Hip, a wise hippo; and Hop, his energetic bird friend are taking part in the Blueberry Hill bike race. Hop struggles at first, but with help from Hip, they learn that you can achieve anything if you put your mind to it! Focus on your dreams and go! After reading…

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September’s Book of the Month

Our featured book for September is Meesha Makes Friends by Tom Percival. After reading this book, write a recipe for making new friends so children starting the new school year can use to help them settle in easily and make new friends, especially if they are starting a new school. Of course, you can always rely on…

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August Book of the Month

Our featured book for August is I Really Want To Win by Simon Philip After reading this book, try making up a game and have fun playing it with your family and friends. Of course, the Bible reminds us about running our race in life in 1 Corinthians 9:24-27. Do remember to share your game with us by uploading it here…

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Look Up for May

We have a great book for the month of May – “Look Up” by Nathan Byron and illustrated by Dapo Adeola. Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize! Read about Rocket – a hilarious, science-mad chatterbox who dreams of becoming the greatest astronaut, star-catcher, space-traveller that has ever lived! But… can she convince her big brother…

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I Don’t Want To Be Small

Our featured book for April is I Don’t Want To Be Small by Laura Ellen Anderson. After reading this book, discuss it with your friend or family and then write a poem about being special. Your poem should focus on all the reasons you are special and unique. Of course, you can always rely on…