Neil Griffiths works in television and has previously written for Radio 4. His first novel, Betrayal in Naples, published by Penguin, won the 2004 Authors' Club Best First Novel Award. His latest novel Saving Caravaggio, is also published by Penguin. He lives in London.
Shortlisted for the Costa Novel Award 2006.Costa Book Awards 2006 Judges' comment: "A powerful and discomforting story of one man's obsession and its consequences. A thriller with real momentum and atmospheric force."
The aim of this Little Book is to provide practitioners with ideas for developing mathematics using high quality picture books and well known rhymes. The book is intended for practitioners working with young children in early years settings and, of course, at home.