Ten Naughty Numbats Number Games

#onetotenandbackagain #tennaughtynumbats #bookcampaign #booksontourpr The One to Ten and Back Again series opens up so many possibilities for number activities in terms of counting by ones, adding on and counting back by ones. For children in the early years (preschool to Year 2), grasping the concept of counting sets up learning for all kinds of mathematical READ MORE

Imagination to Paper – Interview with Grace Nolan

#onetotenandbackagain #tennaughtynumbats #bookcampaign #booksontourpr It’s a pleasure to have Grace Nolan grace us with her presence, answering questions about her delightfully lively counting series, One to Ten and Back Again. With the first book, Ten Naughty Numbats, recently released, and the following; Ten Bush Babies and Ten Lively Lorikeets out soon, these handy, clever and engaging READ MORE

Inspiration in a Flash of Rainbow Colours – Article by Grace Nolan

#onetotenandbackagain #tennaughtynumbats #bookcampaign #booksontourpr This, the epiphany of when inspiration strikes – author and educator, Grace Nolan, sparks our interest with her story behind the stories of the lively, bouncy and cheeky new series for younger children, One to Ten and Back Again. Thank you, Grace! 🙂 A Flash of Rainbow Colours The One to Ten READ MORE

#BookReview: Ten Naughty Numbats by Grace Nolan and Nancy Bevington

#onetotenandbackagain #tennaughtynumbats #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #BookReview One to Ten and Back Again #1: Ten Naughty Numbats, Grace Nolan (author), Nancy Bevington (illus.), Big Sky Publishing, February 2021. Blurb (from the publisher’s website): About the Series Fun and learning go together in this beautifully presented counting series One to Ten and Back Again. Packed with imaginative rhyming text READ MORE

Counting Ten Aussie Animals for the WIN!

#onetotenandbackagain #tennaughtynumbats #bookcampaign #booksontourpr Count Ten Aussie Animals for your CHANCE to WIN!  The One to Ten and Back Again series is an adorable, fun and interactive rhyming, counting romp through the Australian bush. The first book, Ten Naughty Numbats, introduces young readers to counting by ones all the way up to ten. For your CHANCE to WIN a copy of READ MORE

Learn the Tens Facts with Grace Nolan

#onetotenandbackagain #tennaughtynumbats #bookcampaign #booksontourpr Just like her new picture books, author Grace Nolan is an absolute delight to meet! Her adorable counting, adding and subtracting series, One to Ten and Back Again (illustrated by the amazing Nancy Bevington), teaches basic number facts to and from ten, all in the most engaging and playful way. Celebrating the READ MORE

#BookReview: Happiness is a Cloud by Robert Vescio and Nancy Bevington

#BookReview Happiness is a Cloud, Robert Vescio (author), Nancy Bevington (illus.), Big Sky Publishing, May 2020. Blurb: Look up to the clouds and what do you see? On a day out at the beach Harry discovers that feelings are just like the clouds… they change shape and roll on by. And even on the cloudiest READ MORE

Mother’s Day Beauties 2020

Mother’s Day may look a little different this year, but no less filled with love, warmth and the joy our families bring to our hearts. Here are a few titles that are perfect for sharing with loved ones, swelling with comfort and spreading tingles in the most glorious of ways. Lola and Grandpa, Ashling Kwok READ MORE

Kisses in Your Heart Educational Activities

#kissesinyourheart #blogtour #booksontourpr #day5 “Hand on my heart, a sparkle smile warms my lips for a little while.” Discussion Do you have a family member (or more than one) that makes you feel safe, secure and loved? What does it mean to be loved? What does it feel like? Have there been times when you READ MORE

When Little Worries are Big – for little people by Sonia Bestulic

#kissesinyourheart #blogtour #booksontourpr #day4 A small worry for a child can manifest itself in almost unbearable ways. Expert children’s specialist, Sonia Bestulic, explains how her latest picture book, Kisses in Your Heart, can be used as a tool to help children manage their social and emotional skills. I have worked with hundreds of children and READ MORE