Library

Ink Pellet’s book review section covers an eclectic selection of new fiction, teachers’ guides, audio books and classics.

Many of our reviews are written by teachers, so we have an expert eye on how texts will work in the classroom. We hope to create a useful archive of reviews so that you can use this as a reference. If you would like to join our panel of reviewers, please join in or email the editor john@inkpellet.co.uk. We hope the section inspires you to share new fiction with your pupils or to revisit old favourites yourself

  1. The Birthday of the Infanta

    The Birthday of the Infanta  

    LESLEY FINLAY enjoyed a marvellous production from Trestle...

  2. The Midnight Palace by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

    The Midnight Palace by Carlos Ruiz Zafon  

    ALISS LANGRIDGE was intrigued by this challenging, dark, mystery...

  3. The Dreyfus Affair by George R Whyte

    The Dreyfus Affair by George R Whyte  

    This trilogy of plays is not to be missed says JOANNE BALDWIN...

  4. In The Bag by Jim Carrington

    In The Bag by Jim Carrington  

    Jim Carrington's follow-up to Inside My Head is a corker, as LESLEY FINLAY found out...

  5. Pass it on

    Pass it on  

    Tell your history and citizenship colleagues about these little gems that would otherwise pass them by…

  6. Pride and Premiership by Michelle Gayle

    Pride and Premiership by Michelle Gayle  

    Former pop star Michelle Gayle's debut new novel is a hit...

  7. Noticeboard

    Noticeboard  

    A round-up of the latest news and views...

  8. The future is opera

    The future is opera  

    A quiet revolution is taking place in the world of opera as LESLEY FINLAY found out with a brace of visits to see contemporary works...

  9. Let’s get digital

    Let’s get digital  

    Forward-thinking teachers are embracing the use of technology across the curriculum. LESLEY FINLAY reviews some of the ways that classrooms are entering the digital age...

  10. History as art

    History as art  

    Liz Crow’s work Resistance deals with the Nazi programme Aktion T4, which targeted disabled people. LESLEY FINLAY spoke to the film maker to find out more…