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Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Ruby Red Shoes Goes to London By Kate Knapp

The popular Ruby Red Shoes returns with the third instalment in this charming collection. 

Follow Ruby Red Shoes on her adventure to London at Christmas-time, as she visits the sights, travels on the underground, sees snow for the first time and has a surprising encounter with the Queen! Overflowing with charming illustrations including Buckingham Palace, the London underground and Fortnum and Mason, Kate Knapp enchants and captures Ruby’s London in her idyllic Christmas scenes. 

Ruby Red Shoes is a white hare who lives in a prettily painted caravan with her grandmother. Ruby is gentle, cheerful and enchanting. She is a very aware hare and loves animals and people, trees and nature, flowers and sunshine – not forgetting red shoes! This tale of Ruby’s Christmas in the big city will melt your heart. 

‘Off to Buckingham Palace we go! With a friendly lion and unicorn in tow. Let’s watch the Queen’s guard dressed in cardinal red, wearing a hat too big for his head!’

Ruby Red Shoes Goes to London is Kate Knapp's third installment in the Ruby Red Shoes series, and features gorgeous full-colour illustrations. Discover more of Ruby's heart-warming adventures in Ruby Red Shoes: A Very Aware Hare and Ruby Red Shoes Goes to Paris.

Ruby Red Shoes is Available to buy now from all good Bookshops 



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Diary of a Brilliant Kid



Dr of Happiness Andy Cope new book Diary of a Brilliant Kid is a personal development book based on the science of positive psychology for pre-teens.
Age 8 – 12 is the perfect time to define who you are and to create habits of thinking that allow you to face up to the world, sunny side up.  Diary of a Brilliant Kid is an interactive collection of science, stories, theories and top tips that guide children through the difficult years between ages 8 and 12 to help them make sense of themselves and the world around them.
The book is packed with activities that will take the reader inside their own head, out into the world and help them:
  • take charge of their feelings, 
  • win friends and influence people
  • make choices that that make them feel alive, 
  • bounce back from the tough stuff
Fun and engaging the book is underpinned by some serious science.  Dr Andy Cope has spent more than 12 years researching positive psychology. He works globally, delivering wellbeing workshops for business and schools. He is also author of the best-selling Children's book series Spy Dog, the personal development Art of Being Brilliant Series and Happiness – your route map to inner joy.

Diary of a Brilliant Kid by Andy Cope is available to buy now from all good Bookshops 



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