It is my absolute pleasure to welcome Anna James to my blog today for my stop on the Pages & Co Blog Tour, talking about her favourite fictional librarians and booksellers... Bookwandering is the ability to literally travel inside of books; but in the world of Pages & Co this can only happen inside … Continue reading Top Five Fictional Librarians & Booksellers by Anna James
Welcome to my stop on the Warrior Boy Blog Tour, and I’m delighted to welcome Virginia Clay to the blog to talk about where she gets her ideas from... Have you ever noticed that there are stock questions which people from outside your particular profession always ask? When I worked in the theatre, audiences were … Continue reading Where Do Ideas Come From? by Virginia Clay
I’m delighted to welcome author, Pippa Goodheart to my blog to discuss all things Sea dragons and how you could use her new book, The Great Sea Dragon Discovery, in the classroom. TIPS FOR USING THE GREAT SEA DRAGON DISCOVERY IN THE CLASSROOM By Pippa Goodhart It was a school visit that got me thinking … Continue reading Tips For Using The Great Sea Dragon Discovery In The Classroom By Pippa Goodhart
I am delighted to welcome Maria Farrer to my blog today to talk all things Mister P and Empathy Day... “Hello and a huge welcome to Empathy Day 2018; a day to put empathy centre stage and keep it there; a day to log on to http://www.empathylab.uk to discover a wealth of information and resources … Continue reading Building blocks, books, bathrooms and bears – Putting Empathy Centre Stage by Maria Farrer
I am delighted to welcome Ewa Jozefkowicz to the blog today to talk about children’s mental health. With figures showing that in an average class of 30 young people, three will have a mental health problem, and 10% of children aged 5-16 have been diagnosed with a mental health problem, it’s an issue that needs to … Continue reading My thoughts on mental health issues among primary school pupils and how I hope The Mystery of the Colour Thief will help children to reach out by Ewa Jozefkowicz
Look out for a very special guest post from Ewa Jozefkowicz on my blog tomorrow about her thoughts on mental health issues among primary school-pupils and how she hope The Mystery of the Colour Thief will help children to reach out.
I’m delighted to welcome Sophie Anderson, author of The House With Chicken Legs, to the blog for my stop on the blog tour, to share the first of 15 of her favourite Russian Fairytales. Fifteen Russian Fairy Tales and What They Mean to Me by Sophie Anderson 1. Vasilisa the Priest’s Daughter (on challenging … Continue reading Vasilisa the Priest’s Daughter (on challenging stereotypes) by Sophie Anderson