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Extend learning and deepen engagement with topics with these free downloadable resources for fiction and non-fiction titles, ideal for use in the classroom or library.

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The Star Outside my Window – Free Resources

From Onjali Rauf, the award-winning author of The Boy at the Back of the Class.

Topics: empathy, healthy relationships, fostering and adoption, coping with loss, hope, KS2

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Unbelievable Football – Poster

The perfect resource for KS2 reluctant readers and football fans. A fantastic tick-box poster to download to accompany reading Unbelievable Football, packed with incredible true stories and facts from the world’s best-loved game.

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Ten Little Series – Maths Lessons

Join the Ten Little gang for counting fun in a rhyming adventure for everyone! Teach children about counting and numbers…

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The Way Home for Wolf – Rachel Bright and Jim Field Resources

Writing and vocabulary exercises and activities for The Way Home for Wolf and the rest of the bestselling picture book series.

Themes: Writing, vocabulary, creativity, activities and games, KS1, Reception

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My Monster and Me – Teacher Resources

Resources discussing anxiety and mental health with The Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain’s debut picture book.

Themes: Anxiety, mental health, identity, imagination, KS1, KS2

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The Wizards of Once – Teaching Resources

KS2 classroom ideas for Waterstones Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell’s series The Wizards of Once

Themes: creativity, empathy, imagination, iron age, fantasy

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The Deathless Girls – Discussion Questions

The breathtakingly imagined untold story of the brides of Dracula.

Themes: discussion questions, teen/YA fiction, KS3, gothic horror, LGBTQ+

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A Planet Full of Plastic – Teacher Resources

Engage children in the conversation about plastic pollution.

Topics: environment, plastic, energy, creative writing, reading, KS1, KS2

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