Reviews

  • Welcome to a glorious new nonfiction tome covering 15 absolutely true stories of incredible human beings, each of whom are extraordinary - not by luck, but by sheer tenacity and hard work. I loved that I met both familiar and unfamiliar faces with the pages, each one with a remarkable story to tell. What great role models for young readers!

    Emma Perry, My Book Corner
  • Add this one to family bookshelves and primary school class collections

    Red Reading Hub
  • This is a rich resource for KS1 libraries and classrooms. It is a book which will be dipped into and read with pleasure. This is an author to watch: one whose evident passion for writing texts which are set to ignite curiosity in young readers shines through.

    LoveReading4Schools
  • Publishers are falling over themselves to produce inspirational books for young readers. How To Be Extraordinary is one of the best we've seen.

    Good Schools Guide Newsletter
  • Featuring men and women to inspire every child . . . and adult!

    ni4kids