Today I was listened to by an audiologist. This isn't a first for me - I've been to many audiology appointments over the course of my life, starting at around the age of 5 when my teachers accused me of not paying attention in class, and I said I couldn't hear, and they said of course you can, we'll … [Read more...] about On being heard.
Disclosure: The product was provided free for review. It's all about tech these days, and while knowing how to use it is one thing, knowing how to program it is a whole other aspect. I admit to having a slight head start in this area, as an ex programmer, but the way I learnt to program, on a ZX81 … [Read more...] about BBC micro:bit from PiHut – a great #HomeEducation resource
Reviewed by Tigerboy. It was really funny and I liked the end. Some of the rhyming is really good. I really like the illustrations, I saw new things in them each time I read it. From the blurb THINGAMANOSE is published in a fun and original format, a much longer picture book, that bridges … [Read more...] about Thingamanose by Lynne Hudson
Disclosure, I was sent a copy of this book free for review, links may be affiliate depending on whether I have them set up right. First impressions of the book are that it's bright, cheerful and sturdy. Which is good, as there's a good chance you'll be reading this quite a bit. Also, the words … [Read more...] about Mini Monsters Can I Play by Caryl Hart and Tony Neal. #blogtour
Disclosure - I was sent a proof of this book free for review, and links may be affiliate links. There's a trepidation in approaching a book about an autistic character when you're autistic. What if it doesn't describe autism the way you experience it? What if you're going to have to spend … [Read more...] about A Kind of Spark by Elle McNicoll – an #ownvoices review