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#FridayReads - Gigantosaurus by Jonny Duddle

I’ve chosen to review a children’s book for this week’s ‘Friday Reads’ because 1. at Green Door we will soon be announcing our new service for independent children’s authors, and 2. 532 more words

Children's Book Review

Last Monday in March

Well March has flown by! We’ve had the odd sight of nice weather – brief spells of sunshine – so I’m hoping to see more of that once we get into April. 239 more words

Written By Fiona

World Book Day and Reading Aloud

It was World Book Day recently , a day which does not figure much in the consciousness of anyone except the over-worked librarians of secondary schools. 884 more words


What if I can't raise a reader?

My mum reads every night before bed. Without fail, even after the longest day, even if it’s only a paragraph, she gets cozy under her big down cover with a book perched on her ribs. 712 more words


audio books

I’ve been a fan of audio books since way back when I first started teaching and it was the ‘trend’ to use listening posts (i.e. students listen to story on headphones whilst following individual copies of the printed text) as part of literacy group activities. 337 more words

Books And Activities

The Gruffalo: An Analogy On the Nature Of Celebrity - A Little Literature Review

The Gruffalo is a children’s book by writer and playwright Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler. The book was initially published in 1999 by Macmillan Children’s Books as a 32-page hardback edition. 1,207 more words