Claire Culliford (www.claireculliford.com), the owner of TransTeach, believes in giving back whenever possible. Having spent over 20 years as an educator, translator and writer, and with a passion for storytelling, she always dreamed of helping others around the world by writing creatively.
Passionate about looking after the world around us, in 2012 Claire started a picture book series based on the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. The books raise awareness of environmental and social issues among children aged 3-7, inspiring them to come up with creative solutions to global problems. Published by Legend Press/University of Buckingham Press, the books are beautifully illustrated by Emma Allen and have been translated into 11 languages.
Endorsed and supported by wildlife and environmental organisations the world over, The Little Helpers series is available at Waterstones, Barnes and Noble, book retailers and independent book shops, and all major online book stores, including Amazon.
Agnes' ability to show unconditional
love highlights what is really important in this world. In her own unique way she demonstrates that it is through the simplest things that we can come to laugh, love and live our precious existence
to the fullest.
Everyone can benefit from having a little bit of Agnes and her enormous heart in their life.
Available from Waterstones and other high street retailers, independent book shops and online book stores.
"A park is a truly magical place containing treasures of a very special kind.
As you walk along paths, beneath the trees, look around to see what you find."
A beautifully illustrated poem story to inspire appreciation for and engagement with the wonder of Mother Nature, both in parks and everywhere around us.
Available from Friends of Beaumont Park website and online book stores including Amazon.
Based on the Nature Story Trail in Beaumont Park, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire (UK), the book includes educational activities and learning resources which focus on wildlife and the ways we can all help our natural environment.
'A Walk in The Park' is designed to be enjoyed by readers of all ages. A portion of the sale of each book goes to Friends of Beaumont Park to help ensure our local park remains a safe, vibrant, nature-filled sanctuary for the local community and visitors from further afield.
PRAISE FOR 'A WALK IN THE PARK'
"This story is all about children and how they can protect our green space environment, and at the same time, have fun. These ideas epitomise any of the ideas that Natural Kirklees was set up to do and we are pleased to endorse this book." Ed Day - Natural Kirklees
"Parks and green spaces are so important for health, for wellbeing and for our communities and for our environment so it's great to see this creative way of engaging children with their local park - and the amazing stories of our natural world. We must ensure these spaces are protected for future generations to enjoy forever." Helen Griffiths, Chief Executive - Fields in Trust
See these videos and more on Claire's YouTube channel, including the series "Voices of Tomorrow".
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