Special collections spring-term

 

At the heart of everything that Readers that Care is about is this very special collection of books to foster enjoyment of books and reading AND encourage children to explore their relationship to the world. 

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All books are new and can be ordered if stocks run out.  To order or request notification of back in stock. Contact Me. Or send me a message on Twitter: @melissacreate15

 

 
New-middle grade fiction (4 books)
 
Refresh your chapter book collection, with four engaging and unique new reads. Perfect for 8 to 12 year olds. 
Orion Lost – Alastair Chisholm – p360  (9+years)  Fantastic space adventure, in age when Indians are in charge. When an unplanned space jump puts their parents to sleep, Beth and her friends must save the day.
Where the World Turns Wild  -Nicola Penfold p340  (9+ years)  Heart-warming environmental dystopian novel: two siblings break out of their compound to discover danger and beauty in nature.
The Highland Falcon – M.G Leonard, Sam Sedgman, illustrated by Elisa Pugarelli p270  An exciting detective adventure set on a train in the Highlands of Scotland. With mysteries and puzzles to solve.
Agent Zaiba Investigates: The Missing Diamonds – Annabelle Sami, illustrated by Daniela Sosa p240.  Fresh new narrative voice. Join detective Zaiba (a girl of Pakistan heritage) and her friends as they solve the mystery.

Embracing Life picture book collection – sharing, boredome and worries (3 books). Great for ages 4 to 10 years. All books are paperbacks.
Use the arrows to view the inside pictures.
Fair Shares Pippa Goodhart and Anna Doherty Explores sharing and introduced the idea that equal is not always fair.
On a Magical Do Nothing Day (older kids would love this too) Beatrice Alemagna . A girl is bored on a wet rainy day and then her mums takes away her computer game. She then discovers there is more to do outside than she realises.
Thank Goodness for Bob Matthew Morgan and Gabriel Alborozo. A boy discovers his dog is a good listener and that sharing worries helps to deal with them.

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