Stories For Every Classroom: Canadian Fiction Portraying Characters With Disabilities posted on 14 Jun 2016
If you are not a Canadian reader, don’t be put off this fabulous resource by what seems to be its geographical specificity.
Writing the World for Today's Kids: Diversity Essentials by Beverley Brenna posted on 18 May 2016
The Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators and Performers (CANSCAIP) have posterd a recording on Youtube of author Beverley Brenna
Powerful picture books: understanding disability in nursery schools posted on 15 Apr 2016
This unpublished thesis by Karen Argent argues that picture books for young children can contribute to alternative constructions of disability
Bookshop Memories Revisited posted on 16 Feb 2016
Bookshop Memories Revisited The Letterpress Project is delighted to present a brand new collection of original essays and reflections by people who love bo
Disability and why children need to read about it posted on 26 Jan 2016
One of the most important reasons to keep Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck on the English GCSE syllabus is........
A selection of recommended books for children that include stories about asylum seekers and refugees from around the world posted on 25 Jan 2016
A selection of recommended books for children that include stories about asylum seekers and refugees from around the world Picture books
For the Good Old Cause: trade unionism, the Communist Party of Great Britain and the post-war novel 1950-1965 posted on 11 Dec 2015
It is... no co-incidence that depictions of trade unions and trade unionism in British novels written following the end of World War Two are dominated by .
London Bridges Trek on behalf of the National Literacy Trust posted on 16 Sep 2015
Student and dedicated reader, Louise Jones, tells us about her London Bridges challenge to raise funds on behalf of the National Literacy Trust.
Bookmarks, Badges and Bells posted on 16 Sep 2015
This is an article all about the Newman book club published in English 4-11, June 2014.