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Jackie Morris
Drawing words, painting spells, weaving dreams, reading books. Owned by cats. Repped by
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Otter-Barry Books 3h
Yes please do join in and make a crown for Midsummer’s Day 24 June and share it with us - celebrating midsummer and
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Jackie Morris 4h
This. Essential listening for any age for all humans. A lyrical odyssey of our times. Start at the beginning. Headphones on. Take the time. ‘If one of us can’t breathe, we all can’t breathe.’
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Kathleen Jamie 20h
Is extraordinary that this much-loved prize is only seven years old. And has now doubled itself, because the scene is so vibrant. 15 years ago UK nature writing was all but extinct.
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Jackie Morris 14h
‘We all can’t breathe, when others can’t breathe.’ When books find their homes x
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Jackie Morris 14h
Thank you x been a hard week for so many of us. Thank you.
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James Mayhew 17h
My grandparents played with Benjamin Britten in the streets of Lowestoft as children where they all lived. I've seen many a Suffolk sea storm in my time. So it feels incredibly meaningful to have this opportunity join & to paint to this extraordinary, visceral music! 🎶🎨
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Jackie Morris 17h
Signing Unwinding bookplates and about to listen to the Friday Night Lockdown concert.
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Jackie Morris 19h
And so begins the signing of bookplates for as The Unwinding is almost done......
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Jackie Morris 20h
I so hope the unhirsute's dogs name is Newt!
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Mrs F Wren 23h
I’ve been so impressed with Elm Class performing some of The Lost Words poems over the last few days - they were asked to recite them from heart with expression 😆
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Jackie Morris 20h
Perfect. You know the path from here to the village of Maes y Mynydd used to be called the road to Pennsylvania. The people wanted to go there. They were Quakers. There's a St Davids in Pennsylvania too. Many strong Welsh links. x We were all migrants once.
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Jackie Morris Jun 5
Replying to @JackieMorrisArt
So I say, down with Trump, and here's to Mrs Noah. Let's build a better future, where ALL children are safe to walk the streets, play in the park, be who they wish to become.
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Jackie Morris Jun 5
1/2 It has taken a while to pull this together, combatting the sorrow brought on by world events. Creativity may be the antidote to despair, but when a president threatens his people with the suppression by the army it's hard to see the light.
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Otter-Barry Books Jun 5
Teachers! Parents! Here are the wonderful Explorer Notes for . Created by around the beautiful text by accompanied by 's magical illustrations. The full explorer notes can be found at
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The Lost Words for Cumbria Jun 4
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Wakanyi Hoffman May 8
All the multicultural families of united to in different . In Swahili we said, . In any language, we know that because we are all united in during
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Wakanyi Hoffman Jun 3
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Jackie Morris Jun 5
Making flower crowns for Mrs Noah. Blog post coming soon. Xxxxxbeautiful picture x thank you xx
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Julie Owen Moylan Jun 5
I appreciate the good intentions behind all the companies tweeting about racism and their new plans to be inclusive but honestly is this news to you? Did you all just arrive on the planet?
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