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‘I’m a big fan of these books – they work well as individual readers but also as books to dip into with groups and the whole class.’ Chez L’Abeille reviews our non-fiction Early Readers

Cathy at Chez L’Abeille has written a great review of our new non-fiction Early Readers; Going Green, City Animals, Food for Thought and Our Place in Space:

The books have the same set up as the other non-fiction readers. Zeek and Finn are providing essential information for extra-terrestrial tourists. This collection has a loose environmental theme, which will appeal to readers interested in the impact humans have on the world around us – a very hot topic.

I’m a big fan of these books – they work well as individual readers but also as books to dip into with groups and the whole class. The environmental issues discussed could be used within science teaching but also to prompt wider discussions about the impact of humans on the earth and beyond. With these discussions becoming more and more relevant in the lives of young people, even down to the Early Years, I think they will find much to engage with here.

Thank You!
Read the full review here and buy copies here!