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Bing and Frank is a great teaching resource for young children.

Bing and Frank is a great teaching resource for young children.  We used it as part of our PDMU (Personal Development & Mutual Understanding) lessons.  The children very quickly identified with the characters in the story.  This led to open ended discussion around the characters feelings and how their actions affected others.  It also allowed for discussion on how to address and resolve the issues raised in the story.  The activity sheets are an added bonus.  A great classroom resource!

St Mary's Primary School, Lisbuoy, Carland

 

St Mary's Primary School (Lisbuoy)

I have loved reading it and so has my granddaughter

"I have loved reading it and so has my granddaughter Keira who is eight. You can really sense the relationship between Bing and Frank ( and Paris) and the stories are gentle. The messages you are trying to get across are so important. Keira has been inspired to write her own stories too."

Debbie O’Neill
Grandparent

I find the messages in this book so important

“This book does, in simple words, talk about how important it is to have self-esteem and self-belief, and that we should accept that everybody has different talents as we are all different. My 7 year old son asked me: “so it’s ok to not be good at everything?” I find the messages in this book so important, such as to not compare yourself to others, overcoming fear makes you stronger, everyone can do what feels right for him, loving yourself is more important than what other people think of you and the importance of giving but also accepting compliments. This book is a brilliant way of sharing important messages with children in words and images they will understand. Well done and looking forward to more of Bing and Frank’s adventures!”

Jacqueline Marzani
Parent

I believe it has something UNIQUE

"This is a great book for young children about two fun-loving dogs who get up to all sorts of adventures. As a graduate in Early Childhood Studies, I believe it has something UNIQUE as it contains a subtle message throughout the stories about believing in yourself, thus raising children's self-esteem & self-confidence which really is the 'KEY TO THEIR HAPPINESS'."

Mary Fleck
Classroom Assistant and Parent

Lovely, and accessible for young children

This book is lovely, and accessible for young children. I enjoyed using “Great Adventures” with my class this year.”

Patricia McKernan
Primary School Teacher