P’nawn da Ffrindiau a chroeso i wefan dosbarth Miss Prydderch!
Defnyddiwch y botymau er mwyn dysgu mwy am fyd y llyfr a’r byd o’ch cwmpas. Mae’r llythyren ‘T’ yn sefyll am “Tudalen”. Felly os yw’r wefan yn dweud “T.7” – mae angen i chi edrych ar dudalen 7.
Dosbarth Miss Prydderch is a series of five books in Welsh for children 8-11 years old (or indeed anyone in search of adventure).
They follow the trials and tribulations of Ysgol y Garn’s top class and their magical teacher.
He’s not scared of nothing.
Nobody. Never. Nah.
Which means that he is.
Tough kid. Not tough enough.
I know – I once met his dad.
They’re all here… every kid in the class. The pushy one, the shy one. The whizz kid and the daydreamer. The kid who runs in his wheelchair. The tough kid, the poet. And not forgetting the class hamster.
There was once a little gardener and his garden meant everything to him. He worked hard, very hard, but he was just too little (or at least he felt he was).
In this gentle, beautiful tale, Emily Hughes, the celebrated author of Wild, departs from the larger than life Wild-girl of her debut to pursue a littler than life Gardener, in a story that teaches us just how important it is to persist and try, no matter what the odds.
Franklin the dragon loves stories and loves reading stories to people too, but everyone is too scared to even look at him. One day he meets a girl named Luna who, far from being scared, is fascinated to meet Franklin, having recently read all about dragons in one of her books. They instantly become friends and talk non-stop about what they’ve read: books about roller skating, King Arthur, spiders and how to do kung fu. Together, they hatch a plan to share their love of books with others by opening a bookshop – a flying bookshop, that is – right on Franklin’s back!
Some days, you struggle with algebra, or too much homework. Sometimes, one of your fellow pupils just won’t SHUT UP. And sometimes, the hardest thing is just trying to fit in. When the class feels like a many-headed dragon, how can you find a place for yourself? Would you feel less lonely if you could smuggle in a cat? And when your parents are fighting, don’t you find yourself looking into other people’s windows on the walk back home?
Ieva Flamingo’s children’s poems capture the emotional highs and lows of childhood with a sharp, surreal eye and a touching sympathy. The Noisy Classroom is a friend of a book: the poems here understand the pressures faced by children, but they also take in stressed parents, overworked teachers who dream of holidays in Iceland, and the fairies who clean the school at the end of the day. Not to mention the headmaster: after all, he was young once too…
Did you know that sharks can detect electrical currents from other creatures? Or that some are covered in little tassels? Sharks are pretty incredible – some can even walk out of the water!
In this beautiful book from talented illustrator Owen Davey, you are sure to learn new and fascinating facts about these wonderful fish!
Dirk Lloyd, the Dark Lord trapped in the boy of a weedy schoolboy, returns in a darkly hilarious adventure set in the most ghoulish school you’ll encounter this side of the Darklands …
Fourth in the brilliant series that began with the Roald Dahl Funny Prize-winning DARK LORD: THE TEENAGE YEARS, also chosen as one of the Sunday Times’s 100 Modern Children Classics.
While Baljit shovels chips in is dad’s chippy, he dreams of football stardom. Then the chance of a lifetime comes along – a trial for the Premier League.
But Baljit is sure his parents will disapprove, and so the lies begin. Will Baljit’s parents cost him his dream – or will his own lies trip him up?
Told from the perspective of Little Bear and capturing his determination to be big and brave just like his father, the youngest of readers will rejoice in the story, the warmth of the simple narrative and the artwork of illustration star, Emily Hughes.