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Good Ideas: How to be Your Child's (and your own) Best Teacher by Michael Rosen - A Review

After a few days away in glorious Copenhagen I am back, and all fired up to get back into the saddle with my reading and reviewing. 494 more words

Michael Rosen

Day 406: My Vegetable Love Should Grow

Mostly Concerning Food

An Entirely Meat Free Week

When I was at infant school we all had to bring something in for the school harvest festival. 1,573 more words

Children's Poems I Don't Hate: The Outing

The second year of my Masters began a few weeks ago and I was all fired up and ready to go, kinda. Due to a really limited choice of modules (moan moan moan), I’d opted for ‘Writing for a Child Audience’, despite not having done any creative writing in yeeeeeeears. 278 more words

Children's Literature

"I loved him very, very much, but he died anyway" - The Human Nature of Rosen and Blake

I had a speedy half day of illustration museums. First, to The Cartoon Museum, an expertly curated small space that struts from Hogarth to Steadman via Heath Robinson and Donald McGill on this occasion, the exhibits change with reasonable frequency. 693 more words

Do you need a boost in December? Come and see We're going on a bear hunt by the Little angel theatre

This year it may be cold and miserable in December, but we won’t care because we can be sure the Albany will be a warm and cosy place to discover or (re)discover the story… 121 more words

Bear Hunt

Modelling Story Time in Schools, for Parents

The author, Michael Rosen, has always been a huge critic of the government’s policies around teaching literacy in schools. He writes a blog, which as well as showcasing his new poems and ideas, engages with policy and decision making at the highest level, as well as writing for the broadsheets and broadcasting on national radio. 493 more words