I explained in my last blog post that I was lucky enough to spend three full days in Swindon as part of my Autumn Book Tour. In this, my second entry as part of the ‘power of three’ visits, I wanted to start sharing with you some of the incredible displays there were in the schools that welcomed me.
I always love to see the creative ways schools share books and stories. For me, of course, seeing how codes are included and hidden in signs and displays is always really good fun.
So have a look at some of the lovely things the wonderful Swindon librarians put together.
As we approach the end of the school year, you might find yourself with a spare moment on your hands. You might even want to have a go at making your own posters, pictures and prints to support books you’ve read this term. Perhaps you’re even keen to make a book trailer, or book bingo game, to tempt people to explore stories you’ve enjoyed.
And so if any of those stories are ones that I have written, then do please let me know. You can always ask parents, teachers or librarians to send any work onto the website and I will always share resources you’d like me to here. So do feel free to let me see.
And do check back soon for the last part in this Autumn Term round up to see some more truly incredible display items!
Thank you as always, Swindon, for all you do to make stories and codes come alive!