Check out the guest blog I wrote for The Children’s Poetry Summit – in which I discover, thanks to the wonderful magazine Modern Poetry in Translation, some brilliant children’s poets from Holland, Poland, Mexico and more! Here it is: Shauna Darling Robertson: Children’s Poetry in Translation. I hope you enjoy it.
Have you ever wondered how antibiotics were discovered, when the first woman went to space, why people love Shakespeare, or who invented sliced bread? Shaping the World is a brand new gift anthology collated by Liz Brownlee and published by Macmillan, containing forty incredible shape poems in the shape of world shapers! Learn about about … More Meet the authors and shape poems in ‘Shaping the World’ – book launch 22 April
“Fabulous wonderings and reflections”: North Somerset Teachers’ Book Award review of the Imaginarium
“An imaginarium is a ‘place devoted to the imagination’ – an excellent way of describing this creative and thought-provoking collection of poems. All manner of ideas and thoughts are explored here in a seemingly random collection of fabulous wonderings and reflections,” says the North Somerset Teachers’ Book Award of Saturdays at the Imaginarium. “There are … More “Fabulous wonderings and reflections”: North Somerset Teachers’ Book Award review of the Imaginarium
Big thanks to Ian Eagleton at The Reading Realm for inviting me over for a virtual chat about my book Saturdays at the Imaginarium. I really enjoyed the interview. Ian had some really interesting questions, like… In a fast-moving world, have we lost the ability to sit back and imagine? Can you tell us a … More Ian Eagleton invites me to The Reading Realm for a chat
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