We are one by Zilver Eden

We are back! Check out this fantastic poem from one of our new poets onboard Zilver Eden. We are One When I look at you I see another version of me, a version that is judged by many but accepted by few. When I look at you I see a bundle of joy, a spark of hope, a...

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Football is not just for boys by Rachel Terzian

My name is Elisa, and I absolutely LOVE playing football! It’s so much fun! It is a wonderful feeling when I pass the ball to my friends and help them to score a goal, and I also love it when I’m the one to kick the ball into the net. Some of my friends tell me that...

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How to deal with bullies by Ana De-Jesus

When a little girl or boy goes to big school it can turn into a scary place. Not everyone is as helpful or friendly as your favourite teacher and it can make you quite sad. Sometimes you get called names or made fun of which will make you cry. Well I am going to let...

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Never Stop Trying by Namishka Doshi

Have you ever started to do something and realised that it isn’t as easy as it looks? Like riding a bike or making a cake, sometimes things can get frustrating when you are trying really hard to do something and you just can’t get it right. ‘Practice makes perfect’ –...

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Material things? Share them by Sophie Hussain

As a kid it can become very distressing when someone asks to borrow or play with your toys. (Trust me, I know the feeling.) This may be because they can't afford their own or maybe because they find yours a lot more fun and appealing to play with! As we grow older we...

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Don’t be shy, share by Hannah Russell

Everyone shares, we do it all the time. This can be from sharing sweets, knowledge about a particular subject, or information about ourselves. It does not always involve sharing our personal possessions. Being able to share is important to help build upon our...

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Not Just a Dog by Rebecca Horsley

It is that time of the week again... Yes!! Poem of the week from Rebecca Horsley. We are sure you will enjoy 🙂 There was a dog, his name was Clive, He had nearly reached the age of five, In dog years, that is pretty wise, A few things he’d come to despise…   He hated...

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The finch who made mistakes by Dean Poulter

One day, a hopeful little finch set herself a goal… to build herself a home. A nest. But where exactly, she wasn’t sure. She set about building her home at the top of the tallest tree in the forest. Sadly, once finished, a great gust knocked the nest from its branch...

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Discovering Today by Jenn Matuszak

Fantastic poem of the week submission by Jenn Matuszak. It is important to discover! Hey there little lady, What new and exciting things Have you discovered today?   “How to make my mummy scream, By bringing her a moth I’ve found, Holding it up to her face by its...

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When you’re lost by Eduard Laboni

What a fantastic poem that captures our poem of the week award. Eddy, great work my friend 🙂 I would like to tell you a story, Which I hope will not be boring, Of a young boy from Balamory, Of a young boy named Rory.   Now Rory was a funny boy, who loved to run and...

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Be brave by Rachel Terzian

Talking to other children that I don’t know…that’s scary. Putting my hand up in class and saying the answer …that’s also scary. Taking part in the school play in front of the whole school…now that’s REALLY scary! So maybe I should just sit here and be quiet. But…I...

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Liking what you like by Chloe Weller

Don’t be afraid to like something because it is not what everyone else likes. It is okay to enjoy something that your friends or class mates do not. If you like to draw and people say they do not, that is completely okay. Everyone loves different things and that makes...

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Welcoming Diversity By Kristine Fagboyegun

Have you ever heard of the saying that ‘no two snowflakes are alike’? Well it’s very true. No snowflake has a pattern or shape that is exactly the same as the other. Snowflakes are like people; every single person is different. Even twins are not exactly same; like...

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The Change In You by Wazid Abdul

Sometimes in life we have to face change. Change can be difficult like going to a new school, or sleeping on your own. But change can also be exciting and fun, like making new friends, or finding new toys to replace your old ones. Sometimes you might lose something...

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Helping the older generations by Nancy Baghurst

Many of us have claimed to feel ‘lonely’. It could be because our friends are on holiday or due to watch a sad film that brings back memories. However, there are a growing number of elderly people in the UK who are suffering from constant loneliness and isolation....

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Me and Fifi by Catriona Wake

The second poem the be featured on the Stack of Books website from one of our amazing poets Catriona Wake. Me and Fifi I read my favourite book today, I read it almost every day, There are these people that live inside a melon, The book seems to go on and on and on,...

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No dream is in vain by Tanya Trendafilova

You can be whatever you want when you grow up - we've heard that expression so many times that it seems like a cliche now, but when you're 5 years old it's the ultimate truth. Before the obstacles and faith twists take over our lives we're standing in front of endless...

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The Magic of Reading by Anna Neydorff

We all remember the magic of reading our first book. Going to the library or a book shop; picking one off the shelf and running home full of excitement. Starting to read and finding yourself not wanting to put it down, so much so that you’re hiding under the covers...

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Kids living a balanced lifestyle by Rory Mcewan

Imagine your body is a car, what kind of car is down to you! If you take your car out moving a lot, it’ll get faster every day. Your car also needs the right fuel, too much crisps and chocolate will slow you down, but to be the best sports car you need superfuel like...

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The girl and her magical cat by Stephen Michaux

Check out our new series of poems that will be showcased each week. The first of the series was written by the talented Stephen Michaux. Once there was a girl who’d rarely ever spoken always reading with her book open. But one day she had a lot to say, “I’ve lost my...

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Seeing the best in others by Jack Hudson

Maya Angelou was a poet who drew our attention to the common humanity we share. She said, “We are more alike than not alike,” which means that when you’re looking at someone else, you’re really just looking at another potential you. So if you focus on the ugliness of...

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The Dawn of Books by Laith Zayadine

Writing was invented 6000 years ago. It was invented to create a record of business transactions, but it took a further thousand years for the language to evolve and tell the world its first stories, conveying emotional states that eventually also led to our first...

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Competition: Win a copy of Boxer Bear Book 1!

Coming soon to buy is the new and exciting Boxer Bear book series. For your chance to win a copy of book 1, please fill in the form below and answer the following question. What colour are the gloves in the picture shown? The winner will be chosen at random. Good...

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Face your fears! Read! By Tanya Trendafilova

Everything looks surprisingly real when you are child - especially the scary monsters from the cartoons or the strange creature that lives under your bed and nobody else could see. As we all know this is part of the growing up process but it could be quite frustrating...

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Not giving in to peer pressure by Jack Hudson

Most people think they know best, it’s like clothing brands, really, because actually everyone has their own brand of thinking, just like everyone has a Nike tick or Adidas stripes, or whatever, fixed to their clothes. I’m sure you’ll find that your peers are...

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We’re in this together by Tanya Trendafilova

A clever man once said that cooperation is a factor of the evolution. We have to trust him on this because all evidence points to the same - well, at least as for the educational system. It is proven that studying in small groups improves children’s perception...

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Introducing our Writers – Kiri Babbage

Introducing Kiri Babbage, one of our talented writers responsible for a variety of books we are about to release. We asked her a few questions and you can see her answers below. What excited you most about books? Ever since I was little, I've used books as a form of...

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Currently in Development – Oliver Rainboy

Meet Oliver the Rainboy. He is a normal boy who looks just like you and me. Although, he has a spectacular super power… After a huge life changing experience, he finds himself with a new talent that changes his life forever! This wonderful new book series will take...

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Reading Routine by Jack Hudson

Lots of people read in different ways. Some read like magpies, picking shiny excerpts and trying to savour and remember them. They might have multiple books they're reading all at once, or several books they started and didn't quite get into, bookmarked for later....

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5 Great Reading Tips for Kids by Laith Zayadine

Lets face it, getting a kid interested in reading has never been an easy task at the best of times, but in this era of ever decreasing attention spans it can seem impossible even to get a grown adult to read, let alone a young child. It has now become a matter of...

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Reading to Build Confidence by Jack Hudson

Reading is a great way to build confidence. Not only does it improve your vocabulary and your ability to articulate your thoughts and feelings, it also allows you to let go of your own worries and fears. For a while it allows you to enter a dreamscape of someone...

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The Benefits of Reading by Jack Hudson

If you choose to write it isn't impossible, or even unlikely, that one day someone you don't know and have never met will pick up your words and start to get to know you. But if you don't want to write, it doesn't mean you have to miss out. Throughout history there...

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Submit a Story

Ever wondered if you could write a children’s book? Have you got some great ideas but never had a reason to put pen to paper? Well now’s your chance! We want to hear from you. We at Stackofbooks.com are looking for aspiring writers to submit their stories on our...

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New Character! Petra Fantastic

When Petra woke up on her birthday, she could have never imagined the huge adventure she was about to go on! After receiving a gift from her grand mama, that we will keep a mystery for now! Petra finds herself on an exciting mission. This new, exciting book series...

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Listen, Respect Others by Stephanie Barker-Drew

An important lesson is to respect others, whether that is another’s personal items or even the person themselves. Everybody is unique and deserves love, even if they have a different view point to you. When working in a team it’s important to listen and not shout over...

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