Monthly Archives: June 2013

It is one of the most bioavailable forms of protein and is

There won’t be a transaxle either, though Tada says the Supra will have perfect 50:50 weight distribution. It’ll also have a lower center of gravity than the 86, though how it achieves either of those things with a longer, taller … Continue reading

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Westglade Primary School, Nottingham

A quick hello to Miss Gell and everyone at Westglade Primary School for making me feel so welcome on Thursday. It was my second visit to Westglade; I visited Miss Gell’s Year Five class earlier in the year when they … Continue reading

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Grimm Tales by Philip Pullman

I had Philip Pullman’s ‘Grimm Tales for young and old’ bought for me as a Christmas present. It’s a book to be savoured rather than devoured (i.e. it’s dark chocolate rather than Dairy Milk) and I rationed myself to two … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

Congratulations to 10 year old Caitlin from Leeds, winner of this year’s Reading Agency’s Summer Reading Challenge Finish the Story competition. I was delighted to be part of the judging panel and can honestly say her story, which continued Charlie … Continue reading

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Women’s Football

There are huge changes going on in women’s football in England at the moment. Since the success of the 2012 Olympics, where the final at Wembley between Japan and USA drew a crowd of 80,203, people have finally begun to … Continue reading

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Sir Jonathan North Community College

I made a return visit to Sir Jonathan North Community College today. iphone 7 personalised marble phone case I like this school – it has a calm atmosphere when you walk in. The library, especially, is a pleasant, airy room … Continue reading

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And the winners were…

OK, so this news isn’t exactly hot off the press – more lukewarm out of last week’s chip papers but hey… Simon Bartram’s Clone Chaos won the Nottingham Mega Reads Award. Chosen by Y3s in six primaries in the Ellis … Continue reading

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Book Review: Wonder by R J Palacio

‘You can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.’ So reads the strap-line on the cover of R J Palacio’s first children’s novel, Wonder. That strap-line is as true of the book as it is the central character. … Continue reading

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Summer Events

I’m doing just two appearances over summer but they’re both exciting:   This coming Saturday (June 27th) I’ll be in Dalston CLR James Library for Dalston Town Tales, a day of reading and writing fun for all ages. iphone 8 … Continue reading

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Adam Johnson reads from ‘Are All Brothers Foul?’

Get in there! I’m over the proverbial moon to announce that two of my books ‘Are All Brothers Foul?’ and ‘Here Come the Girls!’ are featured in this year’s Premier League Reading Stars Challenge brought to you by the mighty … Continue reading

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