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!
Emma Shoard drops by the Barrington Stoke blog to share a bit about her work on our new YA novella written by Mal Peet. Welcome Emma! — Hello, I’m Emma, an illustrator of YA books amongst other things and this is my most recent illustrated book for Barrington Stoke. I have been given the opportunity […]
Have you ever wished that everyone else was more like you? Well, Noah Scape sure does, and he’s not afraid to tell you why it would work out for the best. In fact, he’s dropped into our blog to tell you just that. Welcome, Noah!
Today marks and celebrates the centenary of the first wave of women in the UK being given the right to vote. After years of toil, violence, campaigning, and protesting on 6th February 1918 the women of Britain were offered their first real glimmer of equality. And they’ve continued to fight for better ever since.