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Posted on May 15, 2020 in People I Meet
Tagged children’s workshops, childrens activities, childrens writing, creative writing, family, family fun, homeschooling, lifestyle, living in isolation, parenting, primary education, primary school
Every year begins with new resolutions. Some are old versions of broken promises or unfulfilled dreams and wishes from previous years; others are works in progress to help improve our lives, beliefs or to capture those moth-eaten dreams. Mine is the latter. Continue reading →
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Working with children of all ages has its benefits and hardships. Meet me at the next stop on the blog tour where I share a bit about working with children who have cancer.
Lisa has already provided us with a place to land, so click on the pic to join the merry band.
Hello and welcome back to the Blast Off with Space Dust Blog Tour. Today’s stop over takes us to the very talented, Nicola Parkinson, the owner of the Orchard Book Club where we are lucky enough to settle for the day.
Click here to visit her page.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the tour so far. Who is your favourite character in Space Dust? Do let me know.
Created by Nicola at Orchard Book Club
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