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Really Big Pants Theatre (and books!) Company Mar 3
Second day of and we’re in our second school! Look out, Leopold Primary - we’re ready to for your celebrations!
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Herts for Learning Mar 4
Another blog for , more to come later today and for the rest of the week! 😍
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Nick Magnus Mar 5
“My friend bear”by Jez Alborough. A classic. Not a home made costume, so cheating I know but my original idea of coming as the Emperor from “The Emperors new clothes” was vetoed by the family before I left the house this morning!
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Twickenham Prep School Hampton Mar 3
Huge thanks to for 3 very entertaining workshops to celebrate for our Pre-Prep, from the Littlest Bandit to the Adventures of Harry Stevenson, the children enjoyed stories and created their own animals, which Ali illustrated. Thank you for a wonderful time!
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Ian Patrick Mar 4
Getting prepped ready to travel to for my event this evening with and for the Kirkcudbright Book Week. Always an honour to be asked to appear at any book event. A few spaces left if you're in the area.
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Genevieve Boiko Mar 2
"The journey of a lifetime starts with the turning of a page." Rachel Anders
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Burgess Hill Girls Mar 2
has started! Today we were joined by and Mica from 'Dolly' who raised our awareness of and the impact it has in our world. Thank you for coming in! It was great to hear tips on how we can make a difference. 👗🌍
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Will Mabbitt Mar 11
Gutted to be ending the Romanian leg of my never ending-book week a bit early, due to nationwide school closures, but happy to be going home to my own kids. See you another time, Bucharest! 🇷🇴
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Texas Library Assn. May 1
Twenty-three downloadable coloring pages from American book illustrators in anticipation of 2020 Children's Book Week starting May 4. Free coloring pages from Children's Book Council + Every Child A Reader.
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St Augustine's Priory Mar 4
UII enjoyed a trip to the fantastic Scholastic Book Fair this morning. The fair gives girls the opportunity to broaden the genres they read and be introduced to different authors!
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Parrot Street Book Club Mar 3
📚 Parents! 📚 Get off to a flying start by entering our competition. You could win this fab bundle of books for your child's school library. To enter: 1. Follow us 2. Retweet the pinned tweet on our profile
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Redriff Primary Mar 3
📚Today the and children had a visit from the author . Laura wrote the book 'Jo-Jo and Gran-Gran, All in a Week!' The children enjoyed sharing their ideas for books they wanted to write and asking Laura about how her book was made! 📚
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john burns Nov 12
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Monmouth Girls' Prep Mar 4
Year 5 have been having fun creating class newspaper reports based on the events in a Midsummer Night’s Dream. They’ve shown a super understanding of the story, newspapers and excellent teamwork!
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Newton Prep School Mar 4
It's Book Week 2020 and our pupils are hard at work at home, creating their costumes for Dress Up Day on Friday... like this Y6 boy, about to paint his papier maché Hiccup head: how great is that?!
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Deanburn P2/1M Mar 3
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Gavin Walford-Wright MA, FCIPD Mar 1
Inspired by Book Week , tonight we enjoyed reading The World’s Worst Children by 📚👸🏼👸🏼👸🏼 🍎 @DBSJumeirahPark 🍎 ❤️
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Leona Graham 🎸 Feb 13
Anyone else got at school and dress up as a character day today? Or is it just our school?
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Monmouth Girls' Prep Mar 5
Lovely to welcome to for - some very imaginative interpretations of Little Red Riding Hood!
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Kings Park PS Mar 2
To mark Book Week, we invite all of our school community to take part in our Book Face homework challenge. All you need to do is replace your face with a book cover, snap a photo and then tag us. We can’t wait to see your Book Faces!
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