The Tools for Building Readers for Life

The Tools for Building Readers for Life

In the beginning My teaching career began in a seaside, rural school miles from my home. Children between 5 and 13 years of age attended; it was a local, community school. I drove a speedy Honda Civic to and from home morning and night, along gravel, winding roads,...
Why Adults Should Read Children’s Books

Why Adults Should Read Children’s Books

The Rewards in your reading matter During the summer Bloomsbury will publish Dr Katherine Rundell’s essay , ‘Why You Should Read Children’s Books, Even Though You Are So Old and Wise’. Dr Katherine Rundell is exceptional. She is a Renaissance...
What lies beneath the covers

What lies beneath the covers

Our resolution Bookwagon is determined to find the right books for our readers. It is why we read so much, make our own descriptions rather than purchasing publishing words annually. (Compare other booksellers’ descriptions and you’ll understand what I...
The Friend in Your Book

The Friend in Your Book

The benefits of reading for pleasure There are constant educational debates about children’s reading, from best methods to learn, to best titles to choose. Children’s bookselling is a better avenue for my vigorous education in and devotion to...
All aboard for a child’s reading journey

All aboard for a child’s reading journey

A child’s reading journey A ‘Masterchef’ applicant or work placement trainee might be inclined to compare their experience to a journey. New entrants to education have their progress monitored through a ‘learning journey’ either digitally...
The comfort offered in reading

The comfort offered in reading

‘Piglet wasn’t afraid if he had Christopher Robin with him, so off they went…’  Characters, like creatures, offer us comfort. Social media was alight with fond reminisces of Winnie-the-Pooh on January 18th. Winnie-the-Pooh day commemorates the birth...