Jack and the Flumflum Tree
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Julia Donaldson is one of today's most popular writers. Her bestselling titles include The Gruffalo, The Gruffalo's Child and Room on the Broom. Although she is best-known for her picture books, Julia also writes longer novels, plays and songs. She lives in Glasgow and spends a lot of time on stage performing her brilliant sell-out singalong shows! Maths- here is an overview of the Maths planned for this week and the resources that you will need. I studied Drama and French at Bristol University, where I met Malcolm, a guitar-playing medic to whom I’m now married.
One of my television songs, A SQUASH AND A SQUEEZE, was made into a book in 1993, with illustrations by the wonderful Axel Scheffler. It was great to hold the book in my hand without it vanishing in the air the way the songs did. This prompted me to unearth some plays I’d written for a school reading group, and since then I’ve had 20 plays published. Most children love acting and it’s a tremendous way to improve their reading. This workbook does not contain any of the original illustrations or text - it is designed to be used with the book rather than as a free replacement. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate 2020-06-11 02:02:56 Associated-names Roberts, David, 1970- Boxid IA1823112 Camera Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control) Collection_set printdisabled External-identifier
I grew up in a tall Victorian London house with my parents, grandmother, aunt, uncle, younger sister Mary and cat Geoffrey (who was really a prince in disguise. Mary and I would argue about which of us would marry him). Granny caught the moozles. Make a poster to teach people how to stay healthy and try to avoid catching colds.
My real breakthrough was THE GRUFFALO, again illustrated by Axel. We work separately - he’s in London and I’m in Glasgow - but he sends me letters with lovely funny pictures on the envelopes. Other subjects- please find below an overview of the other subject lesson activities for this week. There are hints of Edward Lear’s verse in this funny, appealing and imaginative picture book. Julia Donaldson’s engaging rhyming text is perfectly accompanied by beautiful and quirky illustrations by David Roberts.
lift up one foot, then the other foot, and one hand and no hands) and he found a crew: Rose and Stu. Granny came down Look at the different colour and shades used in the story. Can you use different art materials to create shades of the same colour?
A set of Thinking Hat resources have kindly been contributed by Peter Fogarty (see Resources below). Before Malcolm and I had our three sons we used to go busking together and I would write special songs for each country; the best one was in Italian about pasta.
come high up onto our tiptoes very quietly), he listened to the tunes. He put down the flumflum and he grabbed the