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Janet and Allan Ahlberg (Puffin)
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This much-loved picturebook with its peephole and rhyming text depicts scenes of family life during WW2 and will prompt discussions about families and babies as well as...
1 | Really Big Numbers
American Mathematical Society
Few things fascinate children more instinctively than the idea of really big numbers. For a four-year-old, that might mean 50 or a hundred; but it’s one of the great joys...
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Winner of the inaugural Stratford-Salariya Picture Book Prize (held to uncover a picture book by a talented but unpublished author/illustrator – in this case, Camille Whitcher), this is a magical tale inspired by Asian folklore and...
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I taught for 17 years before I became an author, and I’ve been a parent for nearly 10 years too. Teacher,...
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Monday morning, the phone rings. It’s Jackie – headteacher at a three-form entry inner-city school.
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in the biggest literary event of the year, from amazing costumes to resources, features and more.
Authors. We’re not cheap you know. Well, actually, we’re incredibly good…
1 | Nursery and preschool resources
At the official World Book Day…
We all love a bit of World Book Day dress-up. But…
Send @teachwire pictures of your favourite reads for World Book Day 2017