Beautiful books for children, now available in print editions.
Play DOT-TO-DOT with the STARS in this exciting new app from Jetpack Journeys! Show children where the planets and stars are in the sky at any time of the day or night and watch as they learn the patterns of...
Jetpack Journeys: Discovery is our first fully 3D astronomy experience – a space kidsapp like no other! Using a simple set of controls, young children will fly past each of the planets and gain a sense of wonder as they...
First we made Jetpack Journeys, and now I’m proud to present a follow up, Astronaut Trainer! There are no goals, no stresses, and NO IN-APP PURCHASES! Children are free to enjoy five game modes and spend as much time as...
Tiny the Giant was a giant, he was,
and a giant needs big things to eat.
Tommy Tickletail is asleep in the kitchen. His body stretches twelve feet long. He snores and his teeth rattle like a train in a tunnel. Who dares creep past Tommy Tickletail?
Jetpack Journeys inspires young children about the wonders of Space.
Tiny, the Giant, stood and shook his fists at the world.
Here’s a poem for children to celebrate Lunar Mission One.
I think poetry (and teaching poetry) can be a powerful way for children to begin to understand themselves and the world around them. Just as we might read poetry to gain understanding, so we might read poetry to look at...
Try this seasonal poem in class or at home to set the scene for a discussion about the sights and sounds of winter.
I read this poem as part of my work for National Poetry Day where I had been invited to share the morning with Coppull Parish School.
It’s Day Five of my countdown to National Poetry Day. Today is Jabberwocky, by Lewis Carroll.
It’s Day Four of my countdown to National Poetry Day. Today is Moon Whales, by Ted Hughes.
It’s Day Three of my countdown to National Poetry Day. Today is maggie and millie and molly and may, by e e cummings.
It’s Day Two of my countdown to National Poetry Day. Today is The Pobble Who Has No Toes, by Edward Lear.