Nine go-to books for children in key stage 2

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Nine go-to books for children in key stage 2

As we prepare for the new term ahead, I am already thinking about my reading recommendations for my key stage 2 children. Below are some of my top picks. I have selected novels that I believe will inspire young readers and nurture their imaginations, helping them to produce creative writing of their
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Jilly Cooper believes literary fiction should not receive state funding

She was speaking on BBC Radio 4's “Today” programme on Wednesday (3rd January) along with Henry Sutton, senior lecturer in creative writing at the University of East Anglia, about the findings of Arts Council England's (ACE) report on the decline of the genre. The investigation, entitled 'Literature in
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Frozen (the cold will bother you…)

Whether you and your family are embracing the pleasures of the winter season with ice skating and snowball fights, or reluctantly venturing outdoors to walk the dog and shovel snow, be aware of the health hazards of this cold snap… like frostbite.
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Inside People Feature – Publishing and living the Colorado Life

During his time working for the Norfolk Daily News, Amundson met then publisher of Nebraska Life, Bernie Hunhoff. Hunhoff would hire Amundson to work for him in sales, but he also taught him the rest of the business. In 2005, Amundson bought the magazine and started his own publishing company.
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As Book World Closes, Indie Booksellers Eye Its Locations

Book World, founded in Wisconsin in 1976 by current owner William Streur, has 45 outlets in the U.S. While the chain is centered in Wisconsin, it also has stores in Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Illinois, North Dakota, and Missouri. To date, 17 of the chain's locations have closed, with the rest scheduled to
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Tributes for late poet, political activist Keorapetse Kgositsile

He graduated with a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing whilst still living in the US. He wrote extensively about American Jazz and become the founder of the Black Arts Theatre in 1971. In the same year, Kgositsile published his first book titled My Name is Afrika, which spearheaded his career in
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