In honour of my 500th post for Scope for Imagination, I’d like to share my favourite books of this year. Not all have been published in 2021 but I have had the pleasure of reading them between January and December. (I have a few more great books to read in the next couple of weeks so I’ll be sure to share them separately). There are so many more I could mention but I’ve tried to limit it to 20 fantastic books.
These are books that have stayed with me – ones I can still remember where I was when I read them and elements of the story keep coming back to me. These are all books I’m sure I will still be reading and recommending for many years to come.
Click on each title to read my original review:
Special mention for two books I read in 2020 but published at the beginning of 2021:
The books published in 2021 that I’m most excited about are the first four books in my Developing Reading Comprehension Skills series.
2022 will see the publication of the remaining four books – Contemporary Children’s Literature & Non-fiction for Years 3/4 & 5/6. I’m thrilled about the very recent titles I’ve been able to use for extracts and can’t wait to share them with you!
Thank you for all of your support for Scope for Imagination over the past year!
I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy 2022!