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Posted: February 25, 2020
Happy International Women’s Day! March the 8th is a day for celebrating the many achievements of women across the globe. It is also a day to highlight issues that still need to be solved in order to accomplish equality. The #IWD2020 theme is #EachforEqual, calling for each of us to take control of our actions and be held accountable in a world where “we can actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women's achievements.”
2019 felt like a mixture of achievements and failures for women’s rights. Whilst Saudi Arabia granted women the right to drive without a male chaperone, Turkey announced the ‘marry-your-rapist’ law. In Finland women dominated the top political spots, including the youngest Prime Minister ever elected, yet the 2020 Sex and Power Index from the Fawcett Society shows that men still dominate every sector of politics, public life and business. Whilst Ireland brought inMore
Posted: January 22, 2018
Roll up, roll up! Boys and girls… take your seats… come and see what the Big Top of Horrors has in store…
This April we publish a new horror series specifically for struggling and reluctant readers of secondary school age. The six titles have been written by accomplished and well-respected authors, who, under the guidance of children’s literacy consultant, Dee Reid, have ensured that the vocabulary and sentence structure are accessible for very low level readers — without compromising the exciting plot lines and complex characters that classically appeal to teenagers.
With an interest age of 12+ and a word count of 400–600, these gruesome quick reads are perfect to inject fresh, new titles into your resources for struggling teenage readers. Each 32-page title has eye-catching illustrations by talented illustrators Abby Ryder and Szabolcs Pal, helping to keep the attention of the reader.
Here’s a sneaky peek
Posted: November 23, 2016
What could possibly be causing the green glow from the new purple bins in Strange Town?
Logan, Eva and Otis are used to bizarre and unusual things happening in their town, but this is new!
Logan is woken by his Mum and told to take out the rubbish. A new bin has appeared at the end of their driveway. New bins have been given to everyone on the street. Has the council left yet another bin for recycling or has it come from elsewhere?
This entertaining new series has been carefully written to appeal to children aged 9-12 with a reading age of 7-8. Rubbish Invasion is one of eight titles in Danny Pearson's new series, Strange Town, and features a general introduction to ensure each title can be read as a standalone novel, a map to help the reader picture the world of Strange Town, and a page highlighting any difficult vocabulary.More
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Badger has been selling quality books to schools since 1989, and is renowned for its commitment to supplying quality educational resources which both support teachers, and inspire pupils to learn.
Badger Learning provides a plethora of Early Years Resources, Primary Resources and Secondary Resources, all designed to cater for a wide range of abilities, learning styles and budgets.
Our website is an interactive hub of resources, and features our latest books, sample materials and new ranges such as our Ebooks for Reluctant readers, which have been written and produced to appeal to those readers who require high Interest fiction and non fiction but at lower reading ages.
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