young and old readers alike seem to really love Lucy and her family who feature in 'The Day the Wi-Fi Broke' and 'Just Five More Minutes'. in the next Lucy book it will be Grandpa William’s turn to shine.
Inspired by global citizenship and an ever increasing awareness of the need to look after our world, Sally has chosen to focus on a recycling theme. In the story most of the family can be quite wasteful, but Grandpa William sees the error of their ways and makes good use of what others think is rubbish
This gentle and humorous story will show my young readers how small actions can make big differences.
Sally's Pansy Pig series is well under the way, Pansy Pig's Playtime is completely finished and waiting for Sally to organise its publication. It is a delightful story of farmyard animals venturing out to school and having gentle daily adventures, all of which role model values of being caring, kind, and good communicators. Never has a series better suited the IB attributes for those PYP and MYP educators out there!
In this story Pansy has forgotten her school snack and doesn't know what to do. Fortunately, her friends are kind and generous and Pansy receives lots of offers to share the other animal's food. Ultimately, though, Pansy doesn't have to eat Henry Horse's hay or Gertie Goat's rubbish. A snack arrives from other quarters!