#21 Create a miniature book

Not only is this one of the most creative and engaging ideas I've seen online recently, it's also one of the cutest. The British Library is calling on the nation’s children to write their own tiny tales, which will form part of an online “National Library of Miniature Books for the toy world”. I've written... Continue Reading →

Reading Aloud: The Poet-Tree Project

This project was inspired by the Teachers as Readers (TaRs) research and through my role as the leader of an Open University/UKLA TaRs Book Group (you can find out more about that here). Our book group is based in Blackheath and meets approximately once per half term. We share and discuss children's literature and explore... Continue Reading →

The Power of Reading Aloud

"Reading to children should not be presented as a chore or duty. It should be offered to them as a precious gift." (Kate DiCamillo) Everybody loves to be read to. Almost everyone has nostalgic memories of being read to as a child, or reading to their own children or grandchildren. I was lucky enough to... Continue Reading →

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