Double Acts and Children’s Graphic Novels
A close look at the comedy double acts in children;s graphic novels
Festivals and Celebrations
Books about festivals and celebrations open the world, but don't forget to ask what they mean to ourselves and others.
Food and Farming in Children’s Books
When teaching, the question 'where does our food come from?' can be a complex, divisive and sensitive issue, which requires carefully considered honesty.
My Conversation with Jeremy Dronfield
Fritz and Kurt is a narrative nonfiction text for children set during the Holocaust. Roy's interview with author Jeremy Dronfield is fascinating and essential reading for educators.
Reaching for the (Night) Sky
Rivers and Activism in the Classroom
Rivers and activism in the classroom doesn't have to be a one-off. You keep at it. Not just until change happens, but to make sure it stays that way too.
Welcoming Spring into your Classrooms
Bring a bit more spring into the classroom with some poetry, painting, folklore and music.
Words and Art in Picturebook Poetry
Illustrating verse isn't about telling readers what to think about a poem. It's about teaching them how to think about poetry.