'How to Train Your Dragon' by the UK's new Children's Laureate, Cressida Cowell, makes a brilliant starting point for your Year 4 class to explore plot, character, setting, style, descriptive ...
Written and illustrated by Michael Foreman, 'War Game' is a powerful, award-winning picture book that presents the experiences of young soldiers in World War One as they move from ‘village ...
If you are looking for some unusual and inspirational short stories for Year 5 or Year 6, 'Tales from Outer Suburbia' by award-winning Shaun Tan may just be the book ...
Key stage 1 and lower key stage 2 children love the familiarity of traditional tales and fables, and they make for the perfect springboard into teaching literacy skills.
In ‘a wide windswept place, near nowhere and close to forgotten’ you will find the beginnings of the tin forest.
Celebrate the power of storytelling in May with National 'Share a Story' Month.
Some books create a buzz in a classroom and ‘Tuesday’, by David Wiesner, is certainly one of them.
If you are looking for a fresh and funny story with appealing illustrations and simple language, 'Knuffle Bunny', by award-winning author Mo Willems, is one of those books. It tells ...
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