Sir Francis Hill Primary School have been tweeting about my visit last week. Here’s their lovely Reception Class! Following my recent Facebook post I’ve just booked a visit to a school in Sheffield for after Easter. If you search for ‘Hattie and friends’ and like our FB page you’ll get to see […]
What a great week! A trade order for 40 books on Monday and then I sold another 40 books at Francis Hill Primary Scool on Wednesday. Just to finish off the week I’ve just received orders for 3 more books. I’ve also sent a sample pack to a few schools who are interested in having […]
I posted a nice trade order for 40 books today! If you know a supplier who may want to stock ‘Hattie and friends’ please get in touch. I’m visiting Sir Francis Hill Primary School in Lincoln tomorrow. They have organised 7 groups of children for me, from Reception to Year 2! I’ve just been finishing […]
It’s been an absolute pleasure to talk to Year 2 and Year 4 classes today where my daughter attended 6 years ago. How time flies! There were definitely some budding authors and illustrators in the 2 groups. I hope they enjoyed my visit and I hope i have inspired them to work hard towards their […]
There was a great story on BBC Breakfast this morning about urging retailers and the fashion industry to become more inclusive. Sophie Morgan has designed a mannequin ‘seat’ to display clothes worn as a wheelchair user. It’s great! Unfortunately some retailers used the inclusive display during the Paralympics but not regularly since then. Why not? […]
I will be running inclusive workshops at this conference and selling my books in the marketplace. This event is at the University of Brighton, Falmer Site, on March 25th. I’m looking forward to seeing you all there!
I visited Normanby by Spital Primary School in Lincolnshire yesterday. It was a pleasure to play my matching game and read ‘Hattie and friends’ stories with the reception class. I went on to spend some time with Yrs 1-3 and talk to them about the process of writing and publishing my books. All the children […]