#BOOKREVIEW: Jack’s Best Day Ever! by Gabrielle Bassett and Annabelle Hale
It’s the BEST Day to WIN Jack’s Best Day Ever!
#BookReview: Jack’s Best Day Ever!, Gabrielle Bassett (author), Annabelle Hale (illus.), Woodslane Press, May 2023. Blurb: Jack loves anything that zooms, digs and races. But Jack doesn’t like change and he only ever wants to eat peanut butter sandwiches! This heartwarming story of friendship explores how it feels to be neurodivergent and introduces children to […]
It’s the Best Day to Talk with Gabrielle Bassett
‘I wanted to show the main character, Jack, as the loving, friendly and helpful boy that he is.’ – Gabrielle Bassett. Jack’s Best Day Ever! celebrates a joyous, unconditional friendship between Jack and Poh as they, each with their own neurodiversity and disability, triumph with bravery and simply enjoy the fun times they have together. Taking […]
The Quick Six Interview with Kate Foster and The Unlikely Heroes Club
We’re thrilled to see Gabrielle Bassett back at Just Write For Kids with her heartwarming debut picture book, Jack’s Best Day Ever! Gabrielle is here to share her inspiration – her amazing son – and her writing journey about her diverse and inclusive picture book that is absolutely bounding with energy, heart and triumph. Combined with vibrant illustrations […]
The Quick Six Interview with Gabrielle Bassett on Jack’s Best Day Ever!
Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Kate Foster! OHMYGOSH! Who doesn’t love a good mystery between a group of daring friends? And who doesn’t love ALL of Kate Foster‘s glorious books! Well, Kate is here to tell us more about another of her wildly fun and heart-warming stories – her latest rollicking middle grade adventure – The […]
Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Gabrielle Bassett! We’re so excited to welcome author, scientist and mum, Gabrielle Bassett to Just Write For Kids with her debut picture book, Jack’s Best Day Ever! Here is a book roaring with energy, bursting with heart and leaping with triumphant moments as two friends, each with their own neurodiversity and […]