Okay, be honest- how many Easter treats did you consume over the long weekend? We definitely ate quite a lot and there might even still be a few chocolately treats loitering around our office…However, we’re in full-on project mode so we’re going to use that as an excuse to legitimise our sugar snacking!
Many schools across Norfolk will have started back today and what better way to ring in the start of a new term by having a read of the latest edition of our Book Bites newsletter which is now online here. It’s full of information about us and the services we’re offering PLUS lots of other useful and interesting tidbits we think you should know about!
Our current project run means that we’re all getting very behind on our lunch-time reading but Harriet- one of our SLS Librarians- has selected a few titles from our eponymous book trolley as a ‘what we’re reading Wednesday’ special…
On the other hand, this is an illustrator and author duo we have been familiar with for many years, but this is still a useful, bright and vivid take on what makes us different and what brings us together around the world, for young children.
and Floella Benjamin returns with another book celebrating multicultural families which she does, as always, in a wonderfully fun way. Aston has two Grandads and has to bring them both together when his school summer fair needs some musical accompaniment.
(Red Cat, Blue Cat by Jenni Desmond, Blue Apple Bks, £12.99 hardback, 9781609052485)
(One World Together by Catherine and Laurence Anholt, Frances Lincoln Books, £11.99 hardback, 9781847804051)
(My Two Grandads by Floella Benjamin, Illustrated by Margaret Chamberlin, Frances Lincoln Books, £11.99 hardback, 9781847800602)