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School Librarian since 1992, currently working in an international school in Beijing, China, providing library services for Early Years through to Sixth Form. The resources in this shop aim to promote and encourage reading for pleasure, extending the knowledge and understanding of the wider world, increasing empathy with others, as well as helping our young readers increase their understanding of their own identities.

School Librarian since 1992, currently working in an international school in Beijing, China, providing library services for Early Years through to Sixth Form. The resources in this shop aim to promote and encourage reading for pleasure, extending the knowledge and understanding of the wider world, increasing empathy with others, as well as helping our young readers increase their understanding of their own identities.
KS3 Recommended Reading - What to Read Next
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KS3 Recommended Reading - What to Read Next

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Reading resource to aid young readers on their literary journey. The subway maps show suggestions on ‘What to Read Next’ by popular authors and genres. For those students who ask the librarian or teacher “I like sci-fi books what can I read next?” or “I want to read some graphic novels do you have any suggestions?” Use the maps to encourage reading, awards points for books read and certificates for journeys taken. Flexible tool to suit your students and schools to promote reading in a fun way or just use them as a guide to books of a particular genre or author style. Use them a recommended reading book lists! Print them and display them in your library or classrooms. The map is complete with a set of coloured books lists showing authors and titles.
KS2 (3) Recommended Reading - What to Read Next
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KS2 (3) Recommended Reading - What to Read Next

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Reading resource to aid young readers on their literary journey. The subway maps show suggestions on ‘What to Read Next’ by popular authors and genres. For those students who ask the librarian or teacher “I like funny books, what can I read next?” or “I want to read books about animals, do you have any suggestions?” Use the maps to encourage reading, awards points for books read and certificates for journeys taken. Flexible tool to suit your students and schools to promote reading in a fun way or just use them as a guide to books of a particular genre or author style. Use them as recommended reading book lists! Print them and display them in your library or classrooms. The map is complete with a set of coloured books lists showing authors and titles.
KS3/KS4 Recommended Reading - What to Read Next
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KS3/KS4 Recommended Reading - What to Read Next

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Reading resource to aid young readers on their literary journey. The subway maps show suggestions on ‘What to Read Next’ by popular authors and genres. For those students who ask the librarian or teacher “I like magical books what can I read next?” or “I want to read Dystopian fiction do you have any suggestions?” Use the maps to encourage reading, awards points for books read and certificates for journeys taken. Flexible tool to suit your students and schools to promote reading in a fun way or just use them as a guide to books of a particular genre or author style. Use them a recommended reading book lists! Print them and display them in your library or classrooms. This is the first of 5 maps complete with a set of coloured books lists showing authors and titles. The next 4 maps are aimed at KS2 & KS3.
KS2(2) Recommended Reading - What to Read Next
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KS2(2) Recommended Reading - What to Read Next

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Reading resource to aid young readers on their literary journey. The subway maps show suggestions on ‘What to Read Next’ by popular authors and genres. For those students who ask the librarian or teacher “I like fantasy books what can I read next?” or “I want to read mystery books do you have any suggestions?” Use the maps to encourage reading, awards points for books read and certificates for journeys taken. Flexible tool to suit your students and schools to promote reading in a fun way or just use them as a guide to books of a particular genre or author style. Use them a recommended reading book lists! Print them and display them in your library or classrooms. The map is complete with a set of coloured books lists showing authors and titles.
KS2 Recommended Reading - What to Read Next
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KS2 Recommended Reading - What to Read Next

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Reading resource to aid young readers on their literary journey. The subway maps show suggestions on ‘What to Read Next’ by popular authors and genres. For those students who ask the librarian or teacher “I like Jacquline Wilson books what can I read next?” or “I want to read something like David Walliams’s books do you have any suggestions?” Use the maps to encourage reading, awards points for books read and certificates for journeys taken. Flexible tool to suit your students and schools to promote reading in a fun way or just use them as a guide to books of a particular genre or author style. Use them a recommended reading book lists! Print them and display them in your library or classrooms. The map is complete with a set of coloured books lists showing authors and titles.