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Little Wolf’s Book of Badness

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Is there a small person in your life who you could read to during this time of social distancing? Maybe not a family member - but a child you know? Please consider reaching out to them (if only to give their carers a break!). If your internet connection can handle it, then video chat is great! If not, a regular phone call will work. It will help open up conversations about all sorts of things - so don’t try and suppress the interruptions as you read. The point is, you’re engaging and connecting. Who cares if the book goes unread? But nothing beats that interactive, intimacy of sharing a story with one or two children - even if it has to be done remotely. There is great concern as to what the long term impact of C-19 social distancing and isolation policies will have on our kids. But we can all do our part to help support them. The president of Sesame Workshop (the nonprofit educational organisation behind Sesame Street) explains: “The most important thing is for children to have caring adults that they’re engaged with.”

Little Wolf’s Book of Badness – Collins

I’m planning on working out a way of sharing storytime with a broader group, most likely via a prerecorded video.Revision Col 3 Collins at Home | Support for schools Home tutors Letts Revision Collins4Parents Collins Book Sale Revision for students

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Secondary Col 3 Anthologies for KS3 to KS5 English White Rose Maths Secure Science for GCSE Reimagine KS3 English KS3 Science Now Collins Classroom Classics Isaac: “No! I’m absolutely nowhere near Frettnin Forest. I’m near the beach. I live in a massive urbanisation similar to a town. Does Uncle eat whole pizzas without cutting them - all in one piece? … What’s a disguise?… What’s a cub scout?…” Reference Col 1 Times Books A-Z Astronomy Gardening National Parks National Trust Books Road Maps & Atlases World AtlasesI bought my copy from Harrods of all places. I’m so glad I did, because Little Wolf has become one of my favourite stories to read aloud. Jane read it to me first, when we were on holiday in Cornwall. Years later, I read daily instalments at a children’s holiday club; then to my own kids, of course. And now, nephew Isaac. So he said, “Why?” So I said, “You will see in a minute.” So he said, “OK. What is the time, Mister Wolf?” and I said, “DINNER TIME, har, har!” International Col 1 Cambridge International Caribbean International Early Years Collins Big Cat for International Schools International Resources Webinars Catalogues Big Cat Writing Competition Winners 2023

Little Wolf’s Book of Badness – HarperCollins Publishers UK

The book is also great for looking at the characteristics of wolves in other stories and can lead on to loads of work on how wolves are portrayed.Much too late to ring the bell. If I wake up Uncle now he is sure to eat me. … I just hope [he] isn’t too cruel. I do not want to get boiled. Like myself (and, I’m increasingly discovering, kid lit greats like Richard Scarry and Eric Carle), Whybrow has strong memories of being read to as a child: ‘I loved the sense that my mother and father were enjoying themselves too. For me, that’s the real acid test for any good book - that there’s something in it for everyone to enjoy.’ No wonder Isaac and I are having so much fun sharing the book together!

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