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Published: Thu 8th July 2021
SPaG Monsters is an online game for 6-11 year-olds. The Monsters are here to help boost English skills in a fun and engaging way, find out more here!
By Luke Chapman | Activities, Family, Holiday activities, Kids, Teachers, Virtual
Published: Wed 7th July 2021
Author of the famous Sinclaire’s Mystery series talks about the brand new instalment in the Taylor & Rose series, her journey to becoming a writer, and her advice for other creatives.
By Luke Chapman | Author, Family, Interview
Published: Mon 5th July 2021
The Complete Writer’s Toolkit – Junior Edition has been released! This wonderful kit is the perfect tool to help 8-12-year-olds let their imaginations go wild and write their own books.
By Luke Chapman | Activities, Family, Kids
Published: Wed 9th June 2021
From holding a book signing at home to a photo shoot, why not treat your newly published author as the superstar they are.
Published: Wed 2nd June 2021
June is Pride Month across the globe and we wanted to share our favourite LGBTQ+ books to celebrate and share information on the important topic.
By Luke Chapman | Family, Kids, Recommended Reads
Published: Thu 27th May 2021
The frequent guest judge and Young Writers friend shares his thoughts on our new poetry competition, and why he believes writing has such strength.
Published: Wed 26th May 2021
UK Children’s Laureate and "How to Train Your Dragon" author Cressida Cowell was put to the test with some amazing questions from young writers of all ages!
By Luke Chapman | Author, Family, Interview, Kids
Published: Mon 24th May 2021
The new and exciting Complete Writer's Toolkit – Young Adult Edition is live and available for purchase. Including everything you need to write a masterpiece, find out more about the kit here.
By Luke Chapman | Family, Kids, Top Tips
Published: Thu 13th May 2021
We’re celebrating Eid this year by sharing some of our favourite Eid books with you all.
By Luke Chapman | Family, Kids, Parents, Recommended Reads, Teachers
Published: Wed 12th May 2021
The 13-year-old YouTuber and vlogger Chloemejustme spreads awareness on topics such as neurodiversity, self-acceptance, youth empowerment, and inspiration for all.
By Luke Chapman | Family, Interview, Kids, Parents