Children’s books about Diversity and Self Acceptance.

Wednesday, 08, May, 2019

Pink is for Boys. (Eda Kaban and Robb Pearlman) This book goes against the stereotype's of pink being a colour for girls and blue for boys. The book includes characters of different genders, races and capabilities. It encourages children to articulate themselves through all of the colours the world has to offer. No Difference Between Us. (Jayneen Sanders) This book follows the relationship between twins a boy and a girl putting emphasis on the idea that there is no difference between ....

The Importance of Independent Learning.

Wednesday, 01, May, 2019

Independent learning has become a crucial part of education in recent times. Independent learning allows children to self educate, making them more mindful and curious about the subject in which they are learning. This in turn makes them more interested in the topic and more likely to succeed. We have put together our top five reasons we believe independent learning is essential to a children's education. Independent learners are more likely to educate others: Children that carry out ind ....

Children’s Books for Easter.

Wednesday, 10, Apr, 2019

The Easter school holidays are here and we have selected our top 10 children's book's we are sure your child and the whole family will enjoy. The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit. (Beatrix Potter) These traditional tales have been loved by children for decades. This book brings together all 23 tales in one volume, so your child can enjoy the adventures of this beloved children's character all Easter long. The Night Before Easter. (Natasha Wing) This book puts an Easte ....