Blog Posts tagged: graphic novels

Students working on their project

Exploring the Stories of Refugees Through Art and Drama

Find out how Greenfaulds High School used Alpha, a graphic novel about a young man's desperate journey from Northern Africa to Europe, as inspiration for a cross-curricular project exploring the stories of refugees through art and drama.

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Little Mermaid Book Jacket

Teens' Book of the Month: The Little Mermaid

Check out this month's book recommendation for teenagers: a beautiful fairy tale retelling in graphic novel form from Metaphrog. We have 5 copies to give away!

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Getting Started as a Writer: Chris Kelso Shares His Tips

Scottish writer, illustrator, editor and journalist Chris Kelso shares tips for writers who're just getting started.

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Bessora and Sarah Ardizzone on Authors Live

5 Things We Learned from Bessora and Sarah Ardizzone at Authors Live

Get insight into writing and translating stories of migration from Bessora and Sarah Ardizzone at our recent Authors Live broadcast.

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Claire Marchant-Collier... reading

My year of reading one book a week in 2013

Claire Marchant-Collier set herself a reading challenge last January. How did she get on?

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Pupils from the cast of the SKINT! dramatic adaptation

Looking at money across the curriculum

How one school used Skint! to teach students about budgeting, drama, and even how coins are created

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