This week we’re joined on the blog by Toppsta founder and all round reading champion Georgina Atwell! We love working with our friends over at Toppsta and their website is a brilliant way for us to get direct feedback from our most important customers — our readers. Even better than that, Toppsta have become experts […]
This week on the blog we’re joined by the one and only Phil Earle as he shares with us the very special inspiration behind his Little Gems The Unlucky Eleven and SuperDad’s Day Off.
We are pleased to welcome Lucy Volpin to the Barrington Stoke blog. Lucy is a children’s author-illustrator who has overcome many challenges that being dyslexic can throw up – a true testament that these challenges are to be celebrated and not feared! We shared the stage with her this year at the Edinburgh International […]
We are delighted to welcome Tom Palmer to the Barrington Stoke blog to chat about his latest book Armistice Runner. This beautifully written and compelling historical novel is the perfect honorary celebration of the Armistice centenary. Welcome Tom!
We are delighted to welcome Katie Myles to the Barrington Stoke blog to hear how valuable group reading can be. Katie is an experienced teacher who has in depth experience providing professional development for experienced and newly qualified teachers, trainees and support staff. Welcome Katie!