It’s with great pleasure that we can announce the publication of “Benji’s Big Day”, an activity book written by Heather! 🙂
It will be in the shop from midday today – rrp is £11.95!
The Lionheart Collection’s first story-led activity book for pre-schoolers is published by the Manuscript Pen Company (https://manuscriptpen.com)
Go on a journey with the Lionheart family as they get ready to celebrate Benji’s big day with reading, writing, colouring, drawing, cutting activities and games! Choose from 44 activities designed to help develop key motor skills, pen control, wipe clean pages to improve hand-eye coordination, letter formation activities, cutting and gluing and so much more!
The book has been has been designed to suit every child, whether left-handed, right-handed – or “Not quite sure yet!”
Whether its ABC or 123, help little ones on their creative journey with Benji’s Big Day activity book. Join Arthur and his Lionheart family as they celebrate Benji’s big day!
Here’s a short video about the new book!
Link here to buy it! https://www.leftshoponline.co.uk/shop/benjis-big-day-activity-book/
After over 25 years of our shop in Worcester, we will be closing the shop on 27th June.
But we shall still keep on the “Left-handed” business with our web site, training and campaigning! You can still contact us by phone (please note new phone number 07747605107) or email.
Sincere thanks to all of you have visited us in Worcester over the past 25 years and have helped keep our business going.
Tomorrow is “Lefthander’s Day”!
My wife, Heather, and I are delighted to take this opportunity to celebrate 25 years of our shop in Worcester. It has been an amazing journey and we are very grateful to all our wonderful customers who have kept us going!”
We shall be having various activities to test your “handedness”!!
PS There will be some cake etc from 10am!!
From the Telegraph this morning: “My husband had to change polling booth yesterday morning, as the bit of string on the pencil was too short to allow his left-handed X to be written.”
Dr Gail Young
From Viv Smith
“I’m left handed, the daughter of a left hander. I was recently reminded of my experience in primary school aged 8 when a very annoying teacher placed me next to a right hander. I was on his right therefore we battled elbows everyday. When I complained she refused to let us swap sides and cure the problem. I wrote this poem about the event.”
Did anyone else go through this at school?