Tag Archives: Can’t I Just Kick It?
One of my Girls FC titles, Can’t I Just Kick It? was mentioned by top children’s book reviewer and columnist Julia Eccleshare in the Guardian Children’s Books website yesterday. The piece was in response to a parent asking for chapter books with a main character from South Asia for her 7-year old daughter. As you […]
Sorry I’m a day later with this – I felt sluggish again yesterday. This flu bug doesn’t want to let me go just yet. OK, I’ve got my calendar in front of me. Let’s go! January: I had my first CWIG meeting in London. CWIG is the children’s writers and illustrators branch of the Society of […]
Meet 9 year old Tabinda Shah. She’s excited because the Parrs are having a Halloween party (officially a team-building exercise) at Sweet Peas, her mum and dad’s garden centre. She’s less excited by her dad’s blinkered attitude to her football. Why can’t he see that she’s just not that good? Why does he have to interfere all […]