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Krishna Avanti PS (@KrishnaAvantiPS) | Twitter

Krishna Avanti PS (@KrishnaAvantiPS) | Twitter

Holme Valley (@HolmeValleySch) | Twitter

Holme Valley (@HolmeValleySch) | Twitter

Laura ‏@272BookFaith  Oct 26 Today Faith has read Over The Line by Tom Palmer (only the 2nd book EVER to make Faith cry!) #LovetoRead #Somme100 #bookworm

Laura ‏ Oct 26 Today Faith has read Over The Line by Tom Palmer (only the book EVER to make Faith cry!

Cathy Jackson on Twitter: "Doing our bit to support @SixNationsRugby in the school library! @tompalmerauthor @Siggo… "

Cathy Jackson on Twitter: "Doing our bit to support @SixNationsRugby in the school library! @tompalmerauthor @Siggo… "

Holme Valley (@HolmeValleySch) | Twitter

Holme Valley (@HolmeValleySch) | Twitter

Holme Valley (@HolmeValleySch) | Twitter

Holme Valley (@HolmeValleySch) | Twitter

Krishna Avanti PS (@KrishnaAvantiPS) | Twitter

Krishna Avanti PS (@KrishnaAvantiPS) | Twitter

The Pretty Kitty Studio : 25 Great Upcycle Ideas for Vintage Children's Books

Cardboard Letters+Vintage book pages+Mod Podge=Cute Playroom Wall Decor! This would even be cool if you put the funny's from the Sunday paper on it too.

"Don't Laugh at Me" - a beautiful, teachable moment about bullying and accepting the differences of others.

Don't Laugh at Me- good for classroom discussions on being understanding and accepting of others. Plus, it's a Reading Rainbow book!

A selection of childrens books for Remembrance reviewed for The South Wales Evening Post. Including the inspirational World War I bear who inspired Winnie the Pooh, a Narnian adventure set against World War II, the true story of the First World War's Footballs Battalion and a picture book explaining the concept of war and peace to the very younghttp://bit.ly/2fqL7DL

Childrens Books for Remembrance

A selection of childrens books for Remembrance reviewed for The South Wales Evening Post. Including the inspirational World War I bear who inspired Winnie the Pooh, a Narnian adventure set against World War II, the true story of the First World War's Footballs Battalion and a picture book explaining the concept of war and peace to the very younghttp://bit.ly/2fqL7DL

Gateshead

Staff at Gateshead Central Library were lucky enough to meet author Tom Palmer recently as part of the football themed Premier League Reading Stars pr.

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