Monday 13 August 2018

Love The Stationery in your Classroom - Rebecca Palliser @fayerogersuk @authoright #LoveStationery

Love the Stationery in your Classroom – Rebecca Palliser 

About the Book

This delightful little book encourages children to learn about - and have fun with - the stationery they encounter in the classroom. Author Rebecca Palliser wants to help all children to find their feet in the primary school classroom.


Today on this stop of the blog tour, I have two reviews for this book, one is mine and the other is my mini me “Amelia”. 

My Review

This is a lovely short story about the stationery that is used in classrooms and how the stationery can feel abused and mistreated by children in the classroom, and how they get together to try to make children understand how things should be treated. 

I enjoyed the story and felt that the pictures were simple enough for younger children to understand the relevant items that can be used in the classroom. 

The book would be a good read for all younger children and in particular children who are aged 4 -5 years old who are able to read with their parents or as a lovely little bedtime story. 

Amelia’s review

This story is a beautiful book to read and aged for around 5 and under.  If you are only just starting to read this would be the perfect book.  

If you don’t understand what is going on in the story the pictures can help you to understand. 

This story teaches children not to mistreat stationery and all stationery in this book is used in classrooms which helps younger children who are due to start school.  

About the Author 

Rebecca Palliser is a young primary school teacher whose experiences in the classroom inspired her to write to have an influence on her pupils. 

She is about to embark on a Masters programme where she hopes to continue to write alongside her studies. 

She takes inspiration for her stories from her travels exploring different cultures and cities, spending time with her little dog Darcy and of course her biggest muse, the delightful pupils she is fortunate to teach.

To connect with the Author 

Check out the rest of the blog tour with these fabulous blogs: 

My thanks to Rebecca Palliser for allowing both Amelia and I to read a copy of this lovely book, the publishers Authoright and also Fayre Rogers for my spot on the blog tour.  


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