Create Readers

23 June 2016 | Author: Jeannie Skinner

From fences and murals, to bookshelf portraits and spine poetry, books provide a wonderful and endless source of inspiration.

16 June 2016 | Author: Jeannie Skinner

The 19th World Book Day (WBD) in the UK was on the 3 March this year, so it has been and gone. But, the WBD website is still available and has a cornucopia of resources — for teachers, librarians, students, families and booksellers.  

09 June 2016 | Author: Jeannie Skinner

Perhaps for some students, finding the “right book” can be more of a stumbling block than actually reading the book itself. Likewise, maybe for busy teachers, finding the right novel to read aloud as a serial is more of a stumbling block than actually making the time to read the book aloud?

02 June 2016 | Author: Maxine Ramsay

The New Zealand Book Council recently published an article on 50 New Zealand books every kid should read by 12, which highlights the rich variety of New Zealand children’s books that are available.

19 May 2016 | Author: Fuatino Leaupepe-Tuala

The link between home and school is even more vital than it ever was. In order to support our tamariki, the connection between whānau at home and the whānau at school needs to be nurtured and strengthened.