Book of the week...
Heather Has Two Mummies
by Lesléa Newman
illustrated by Laura Cornell
We have specially priced, very early copies of this new edition of a classic. Brought bang up to date by Walker Books through a new illustrator, the publisher has also created an Anglicised edition (no more 'mommies'!) Best of all, they have given us a small pile of early copies...
Letterbox Library offers a free approvals service to school libraries and centres who are spending £150+. This gives time and choice in book selection as well as allowing others to be involved. The books are sent out with Parcelforce, you take out the books you wish to purchase, the remaining books are collected.
If your school/centre would like to take advantage of this service
please telephone us to discuss your requirements Tel: 0208 534 7502
Letterbox Library is Nominated for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award
We are delighted to have been nominated by IBBY UK for the 2015 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (ALMA) 2015.
About Letterbox Library
For over 31 Years, Letterbox Library has been a leading education supplier, bringing teachers, librarians and parents the best in multicultural and inclusive children's books. We are famous for our book selection process: we source our books from a vast range of UK and overseas publishers; each book is reviewed by our expert team of volunteer readers (most education professionals); all of our books have been chosen for their celebration of diversity as well as their excellence in storyline/artwork. Our literary resources are ideal for meeting primary and early years curriculum goals. Many of our titles aren't easily available elsewhere. We are passionate about resisting commercial trends and want instead to offer children real choices in what they read. We are a not-for-profit social enterprise and are committed to providing you with high quality and honestly priced products.
Register For 'Building Blocks to Reading' Training for Early Years
Letterbox Library and Anne Harding Training have collaborated to produce a new training programme for EY practitioners wishing to develop reading enjoyment in their setting and raise awareness of the benefits of reading enjoyment among their team. Training will take place at Discover Story Centre in London on Tuesday 3rd March 2015. Sign up here..