A Ferret Named Phil {The Sequel}

Remember this little guy?

If you don’t, click here before you read on.

Phil the Ferret is back with a new story filled with fun and excitement at the circus – “A Ferret Named Phil and the old Ferris Wheel”. Key themes of resilience, bravery, kindness, confidence, forgiveness, honesty, and remorse are woven throughout. In schools these are crucial for a student’s emotional development. Aimed at children aged 3-8, both books are teaching valuable life lessons.

Continue to read the review by Teacher Types of this recent publication by Adelaide author, William Reimer.

In February we are featuring a weekly original contribution on topical issues in education such as funding, teacher employment, system changes in your jurisdiction. Please email raegina.taylor@gmail.com with your article.

2 thoughts on “A Ferret Named Phil {The Sequel}

  1. Hi there – I just noticed my article here on your site. In future could you please ask permission and let me know before republishing, as you did with my story stones article a while ago. Thanks

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