Love The Stationery In Your Classroom by Rebecca Palliser #Blogtour #Review #youngfiction #childrensbook

Synopsis

This delightful little book encourages children to learn about – and have fun with – the stationery they encounter in the classroom. Author Rebecca Palliser wants to help all children to find their feet in the primary school classroom.

Book Information

Release Date: 14th August 2018

Genre: Picture Book

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

Format: Paperback

My Review

Firstly I’d like to thank Authoright, Rebecca Palliser and Fayre Rogers for inviting me to take part in this blog tour.

This is a delightful book with lovely illustrations.

It’s written in rhyme and perfect for 4-6 year olds. I read it to my class of rising fives in pre-school and they loved it.

The story is about how everyday stationery is mistreated within the classroom. Oh how I sympathised with the glue with a missing lid and the crayon with no paper clothes! Some of the common problems faced by glue and crayons in early years!

This would be a perfect bedtime story as well as a great read during circle time.

I look forward to Rebecca’s future publications.

Click here to but Love The Stationery In Your Classroom

All About Rebecca

Rebecca Palliser is a young primary school teacher whose experiences in the classroom inspired her to write to have an influence on her pupils.

She is about to embark on a Masters programme where she hopes to continue to write alongside her studies.

She takes inspiration for her stories from her travels exploring different cultures and cities, spending time with her little dog Darcy and of course her biggest muse, the delightful pupils she is fortunate to teach.

Where To Find Rebecca

Goodreads

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