Children make their own books for World Book Day

Children from The Downs Malvern created their own books

Children from The Downs Malvern created their own books

First published in News

CHILDREN have written stories, illustrated them and bound them into their own books as part of World Book day.

Pupils from The Downs Malvern listened to stories before choosing their favourite one to re-write and illustrate.

They were helped by two English teachers from Malvern College, which is associated with the school, as well as an author of children's stories and poetry Lynne Hallett and Sophie Holroyd, who is skilled in the process of book binding.

The pupils enjoyed learning about making a book from start to finish.

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1:40pm Sat 15 Mar 14

PrivateSi says...

More ANTI NATIONALIST RUBBISH!! Seriously, what corrupt organisation comes up with these WORLD DAYS???? Ask yourself... As a mongrel I dislike racism and all that but this One World Nonsense has gone far enough... It's like the NEW Secular Roman Catholicism with a THEMED DAY EVERY DAY, Now-a-days, like every day is a SAINT'S DAY... Tiresome mindwarping... LEAVE THEM KIDS ALONE - call it NATIONAL, at least, culture destroyers...

But apart from that a DARN GOOD IDEA!
More ANTI NATIONALIST RUBBISH!! Seriously, what corrupt organisation comes up with these WORLD DAYS???? Ask yourself... As a mongrel I dislike racism and all that but this One World Nonsense has gone far enough... It's like the NEW Secular Roman Catholicism with a THEMED DAY EVERY DAY, Now-a-days, like every day is a SAINT'S DAY... Tiresome mindwarping... LEAVE THEM KIDS ALONE - call it NATIONAL, at least, culture destroyers... But apart from that a DARN GOOD IDEA! PrivateSi
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