April 2016 - Montessori International Magazine Review
We are very pleased to have had a wonderful review in one of the world's leading global educational publications, Montessori International Magazine. The review is included in the new Spring 2016 edition of the magazine, which is out this month and distributed to over 40 countries worldwide. To read a copy of the review please see the PDF below:
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April 2016 - London Book Fair 2016
We will be visiting the annual London Book Fair, held at the Olympia in London on the 12th to 14th April. Celebrating its 45 year anniversary in April 2016, The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. LBF sees more than 25,000 publishing professionals arrive in London for the week of the show to learn, network and kick off their year of business.
April 2016 - Practical Pre-School Magazine Feature Emma Atack Children's Songbook
We are delighted that Emma's Songbook has been featured as the centre piece in a two page article in the April edition of Practical Pre-School magazine, the UK's leading educational resource for the early years industry. The article provides examples of how Emma's Songbook is being used in the classroom to inspire creativity and support the educational development of young children in key EAD skills. To view a copy of the article please click on the PDF below.
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March 2016 - FOSMS Fundraising!
During the month of March I will be raising money for Friends of Stukeley Meadows School (FOSMS). FOSMS is a registered charity (Charity number 1020130) set up to raise funds for the School through organising and running events for the school community. Funds raised are used to help the school pay for educationally based projects that fall outside what is covered by the school’s allocated budget. Most recently, they have been raising money to build a fantastic tree house in the school grounds and I hope that I will be able to contribute some funds for this project with your help. So for every book sold, I will donate £1 to FOSMS through the month of March. Please note, however, that to qualify the sales must go through a FOSMS member or directly to myself and not through the website or any online retailers. Thank you!
January 2016 - Emma's Songbook now in stock at Payden's Booksellers, Oxted, Surrey
We are pleased to announce that traditional independent booksellers, Payden's of Oxted, have just received their first stock order of Emma's new songbook. Housed in a beautiful Tudor era building, Payden's is renowned locally for its diverse selection of quality literature and friendly customer service. So if you are based in Surrey and would like to purchase a copy of Emma's songbook, please visit Payden's wonderful bookshop and speak with their helpful staff. For more information on Payden's and their location please click on the link button below:
December 2015 - Hunts Post Newspaper Article
We were very pleased to see an article about the launch of Emma's new songbook appearing in this week's edition of Huntingdonshire's leading newspaper, the Hunts Post. To read the article please either visit the Hunts Post website to view the full online digital edition or alternatively click on the PDF provided below.
November 2015 - Emma Atack Children's Songbook and Music CD Launched!
Emma is very pleased and excited to announce the launch of her brand new colour-in children's songbook, published by Cambridge Publishers, Milton Contact Ltd. For further information on the songbook or to purchase a copy through our online shopping cart, please visti our Products page.
Emma Atack, Emma Atack Children's Songs and Chris Thomas, Managing Director of Milton Contact Ltd (taken at the beautiful setting of the Norris Museum Library, St Ives, Cambridgeshire with kind permission of the Norris Museum). Photo: Chris Thomas, Milton Contact Ltd.