Loved the book, loved the documentary more.
It's all about the writing. (Plus some recommended short fictions.)
Age 3-7y: a lovely understated story about friendship and inclusion, of playing to people's abilities rather than their disabilities.
Are we all unreliable narrators?
I threw out the old board books with their torn-off flaps and chewed corners...
Amazing, skilled, community-minded people, making a real difference in the world through their stories and projects
Where, in children's literature, do we reward simple, enduring kindness and fairness, with a prize that children will actually want?
Gorgeous illustrated, wordless children's book.
'I need another book now,' said my son, 'to read until my throat is OK.'
Love Brown Willy.
Running ten miles (or eleven, actually) is not quite as easy as I'd expected.