29th June 2018
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With over 30,000 children's book reviews, www.toppsta.com is THE place to discover the very best children’s books. And now we’ve created a FREE Summer Reading Guide that will inspire even the most reluctant reader to pick up a book this summer.
Packed with book reviews from children aged 5 to 12, a reading diary (p.6) to fill in over the summer holidays, a book review template (p.4 & 5) and a book review competition (p 20!) to win up to £200 worth of Scholastic books, it’s a must-have resource for children to enjoy at home and at school.
We'd love to hear what you think!
If you have any feedback you can tweet us @Toppsta using #ToppstaSummerReadingGuide and let us know which books you’ve read or are most looking forward to reading with your children.
Outdoor Maker Lab
This fun, fact-filled book is brimming with exciting outdoor experiments to help budding boffins explore the science in their surroundings. Using household items, construct a water rocket and blast it skywards to learn about air pressure, or blow giant, long-lasting bubbles to reveal how surface tension works. Make a wormery and observe worms tunnelling, then build a diamond kite and discover the key to aerodynamics. Full of amazing projects to inspire young scientists and outdoor enthusiasts, Outdoor Maker Lab takes readers out of the house on a journey to better understand their world - and beyond.View Book COMPARE PRICES
Featured Book: Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow Book 1
A bestselling new series! Enter the Wundrous world of Morrigan Crow and Nevermoor - the most fantastical children's series of the year. Perfect for fans of the Harry Potter series and His Dark Materials, this series takes readers into an extraordinary world, setting hope and imagination alive. Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize.View Book COMPARE PRICES
We'd love to hear your feedback on our Summer Reading Guide so please Tweet us @Toppsta using #ToppstaSummerReadingGuide and let us know which books you’ve read or are most looking forward to reading with your children?