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Blog for New Teachers on their First Day #Part 1

Long, long ago, as a bright-eyed teacher fresh from college, I closed the door of the large Victorian house I was sharing with four others in East Grinstead, squinted into the September morning sun and set off for my first day in my new job. I remember feeling nervous and excited as I walked the […]


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Baby Football Fan

I am proud to announce the newest addition to the Helena Pielichaty backlist is now available in the shops. Well, ‘shop’ to be precise – it’s a niche product, this one. This shop is no ordinary shop; you won’t find it on every high street in England. To visit this shop you have to visit […]

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Children’s Books Set in World War 1

Let’s face it, there’s no shortage of excellent books out there for anyone interested in the First World War but how do you choose one for children aged between 7-11 that’s not too graphic yet not too saccharine either?  The Guardian made its recommendations here and Book Trust  here. An information book I’ve found both useful and accessible is […]

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