This summer has been amazing for non fiction titles being published. I have amassed quite a collection and have thoroughly enjoyed delving into the topics, learning plenty of new facts and appreciating the illustrative styles of each one.
Green Planet, Life in our Woods and Forests, written by Moira Butterfield, illustrated by Jonathan Woodward, published by Little Tiger
Jumbo, the Most Famous Elephant Who Ever Lived, written by Alexandra Stewart, illustrated by Emily Sutton, published by Bloomsbury
The Humans, written by Jonny Marx, illustrated by Charlie Davis, published by Little Tiger
Sleuth and Solve History, written by Ana Gallo, illustrated by Victor Escandell, published by Chronicle Books
Why, written by Billy Dunne, illustrated by Rhys Jeffreys, published by Maverick Books
Tree of Wonder, the many marvelous lives of a rainforest tree, written by Kate Messner, illustrated by Simona Mulazzani, published by Chronicle Books
Amazing Animal Earth, written by Alessandra Yap, illustrated by Anastasia Popp, published by Little Steps Publishing
I am a Bird, written by Isabel Otter, illustrated by Fernando Martin, published by Little Tiger
Over and Under the Rainforest, written by Kate Messner, illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal, published by Chronicle Books
Space Maps, written by Lara Albanese, illustrated by Tommaso Vida’s Rosin, published by What On Earth Books
I am a primary school teacher, turned librarian. Now I have the title Reading Advocate for ASSET Education Trust, based in Suffolk.
I read constantly and have more books than bookshelves, but I wouldn't have it any other way.
I celebrate reading every day at work and at home with my two children, aged 11 and 9.
I sit on the National Executive Committee for the Federation of Children’s Book Groups and run an OU/UKLA Teachers as Readers group!
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