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Malala’s Magic Pencil

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We are SO excited to share this with you. We all know (if not, then you should!) Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai’s story and now she has written it down in a way we can share it with our children. If you’re looking for an inspiring story, this is the one for you.

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Ramadan 2017: 99 Names Project – Al Malik

There is a very special month for Muslims happening at the moment, the month of Ramadan. In short, it’s a month of Quran, charity, prayer, increasing knowledge and fasting. It’s the first year Beebop has been aware of festivities. Every day, we have been doing something different to mark the days. To help me come up with ideas, we have been using the 99 Names of Allah book by Chickpea Press. We’ve waited a very long time for this book and it was definitely worth the wait!

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#ThorpThursday The Squawks by Ruth Thorp

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We hope you’re having a lovely week and you enjoyed Monday’s review! Today is the last of our #ThorpThursday series. Our book for today is The Squawks by Ruth Thorp.

Have you met the birds that squawk the squawky talk of the squawking squawks?

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#MaverickMonday Strictly No Crocs by Heather Pindar

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Today’s review is a book called Strictly No Crocs by Heather Pindar, all about three crocodiles with a dastardly plan!

                                                        ” ‘Don’t worry,’ said Snapper ‘I have a clever plan. . .’ “

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#thorpthursday Lilly Mae by Sarah Mahfoudh

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We hope you’re all having a good week. Today’s #thorpthursday is a review of the very cool Lilly Mae by Sarah Mahfoudh and illustrated by Ruth Thorp.

                        “and from her home high in the sky, she chooses weather for you and I”.

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