The WCBF starts at Winchester Discovery Centre in Jewry Street in Winchester on Saturday 26th October and all the information is now available online at www.hants.gov.uk/wdc check it out and come along to see some fabulous authors!
I am happy to recommend books for children if you’re stuck for ideas. Just tell me the gender and age of your child and their reading habits; like their favourite authors or genre or a recent book they have enjoyed, also if you need a suggestion of a book that might enthuse a reluctant reader I’m here to help. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
this great book by Jill Jennings is publishing in September so make a note of it because it is a treat for younger readers; Tom is on a school trip to a museum to see the cutting-edge robot Boffin Brainchild. Tom has to leave to catch up with his class and Boffin decides to go with him. Despite Tom’s best efforts to lose him Boffin manages to get on the school bus and Tom’s life starts to get complicated! As the story develops the reader starts to empathise with both Boffin, as he really wants to be a boy with a family not a robot stuck in a museum, and Tom, who has to lie to his parents and teachers to keep Boffin’s true identity secret.
Boffin Brainchild by Jill Jennings £5.99 9780955609114
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