Enrich children's imagination through the power of story telling - 26/01/2019

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Inspiring a love of books is one of the best ways to prepare children for a lifetime of learning and enjoyment through reading. One of the many elements of reading is the art of story telling. 

Story telling is an ancient art form and continues to this day as a vibrant part of culture through the world. Entice your classroom this National Story Telling Week into the world of pirates, faraway lands, fairytales and graphic novels, inspiring everyone to share their own stories and imagination.  

For National Story Telling Week (26/01-02/02) our very own Alan Foster will be reading The Bumble Bear by Nadia Shireen which will be available through Square One and our social media.  

‘There’s a new bee at Bee School. But that is not a bee… it’s a BEAR! Cheeky, sneaky Norman has a cunning plot to trick the bees and steal their honey. In his best bee onesie, Norman makes quite a convincing bee, but how long will his disguise last? And when the hive is endangered can he finally discover his true destiny and become The Bumblebear?’

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