Slow Down by Rachel Williams and Freya Hartas

Slow Down by Rachel Williams, illustrated by Freya Hartas and published by Magic Cat Publishing contains 50 stories from the natural world that aim to encourage us to stop and appreciate the remarkable things that are happening all around us. So many things happen in the world without us even noticing, or perhaps they happen so reliably that... Continue Reading →

A Beginner’s Guide to Electricity and Magnetism

A Beginner's Guide to Electricity and Magnetism written by Gill Arbuthnott and illustrated by Marc Mones, is a brilliant non fiction book published by Bloomsbury. This book takes two complex but fascinating science topics and explains them in a fun and engaging way for children. Starting by describing atoms, we are taken on an historical and informative journey through the... Continue Reading →

My First Fun Question and Answers

My First Fun Questions and Answers is a fabulous first reference book for children, published by Miles Kelly. As the title suggests, this book provides the answers to many questions that children have about the world. Hundreds of questions to be precise! Split in to different sections, the book covers 13 different themes with a focus on... Continue Reading →

The Professor Astro Cat series

I am a huge fan of children's books about science, particularly those that showcase just how interesting and exciting Science is (read our reviews of Rebel Science and The Awesome Body Book). The Professor Astro Cat series published by Flying Eye Books is a fantastic example of just that. These books feature an alley cat with a difference, this one's a professor who is here... Continue Reading →

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