Tilda Tries Again: A Big Bright Feelings Book
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What inspired you to write your latest book?The book Herman’s Letter first popped into my head when my girlfriend gave me a limited edition screen print by an illustrator called Simon Tozer of a bear holding a letter. The picture is called ‘The Last Post’ and I just loved the bear’s melancholy expression and wondered what he was doing carrying the letter and who it was for. My brain set to work on it and eventually came up with Herman’s Letter. I honestly don’t know what I’d do without my brain sometimes - it really is remarkably useful.
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Perfect for opening conversations with children, Tilda (and other books in Tom's Big Bright Feelings series) can allow children to see that they aren't alone in their feelings, find a way to work through them and build self-esteem and empathy. A must for all schools. He grew up in a remote and beautiful part of South Shropshire. On reflection this seemed rather more remote than beautiful, owing to the fact that he lived in a small caravan without electricity, mains water or any sensible form of heating. He thinks that he’s probably one of the few people in his peer group to have learnt to read by gas lamp. Armistice Day: A Collection of Remembrance - Spark Interest and Educate Children about Historical MomentsMND is an uncommon condition that affects the brain and nerves and early symptoms can include slurred speech and weight loss, according to the NHS. Singer Harry Styles, Captain America star Chris Evans, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and British actor Tom Hiddleston have also appeared on CBeebies Bedtime Stories.
Tilda Tries Again by Tom Percival - LoveReading4Kids
Write your own story with the title ‘… Tries again’ that describes a real or fictional time when you tried again.Be open, be honest, be you! Big Bright Feelings for little people. Tilda's world is just as she likes it . . . until one day, it turns completely UPSIDE DOWN. All of a sudden, everything is topsy-turvy, and nothing feels right. Things that were once easy now seem incredibly challenging. Can Tilda discover a new way to approach her problems and believe in herself?