This children's book is a rhyming book and gives an insight into school life. Some children have low self-esteem, find it difficult to express, to socialise & communicate.
A boy called Angel gets through the days, although he doesn't have any friends. He makes the most of it by using his imagination & his loyal companion Devon Rex cat.
A time comes when his life changes, friends he gets and more!
The Angel's Smile is an educational book with interaction pages which are questions to improve memory, rhyming skills, & to encourage open discussions about feelings & friendships.
This is the kind of book teachers use in PSHE (Physical, Social and Health, Education) which helps children to form positive friendships, relationships and morals to manage their lives, now and in the future.
This book is for a child, a parent, teacher or other adult.
A positive song is included to help children feel happy & to smile!
A-Z Fruit or Veg and How They Grow can be used as an alphabet book while learning the names of letters and the phonic sounds.
Listening and learning the names of letters and phonics helps to build skills to read words.
Enjoy reading this book and learning about some fun facts too!
A Boy and His Device is based on real-life events and people. Michael is so excited when he receives his tablet as a present.
He is wholly engrossed in playing on his best game which is a football app.
This is one way he can play like a professional footballer.
Michael playing consistently on his tablet stops him from being physically active, socialising in person with friends and family.
Michael finds it hard when he gets into trouble and breaks the rules.
Will he be able to continue to do what he loves through his device and keep in touch with the real world?
Michael's mum having a phone conversation with her friend.
This part of the story is what adults experience bringing up children in this social media driven device world.
One way is to encourage a balanced life style by setting limited device time.
A Boy and His Device shows what children can experience with their device.
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