World Book Day – Huddersfield here I come!

I’ve got a school visit with a difference for World Book Day this year. I’m a prize! As you may recall, I was invited to be a patron of the Huddersfield Town Foundation back in October. iphone x case butterfly Now, unlike the other patrons, I can’t play cricket (Andy Gale) or cycle for England (Ed Clancy) but I am marvellous at school visits – ask anyone. This has come in quite handy, seeing as one of the key things the Foundation does is encourage reading by giving out these cool reading diaries to thousands of children in the Kirklees area. DSCN0956                   A Huddersfield Town Foundation reading diary – children are given them once a term So, long story short, we set up a competition. iphone 7 hard case black All the schools had to do was tell us why the reading diaries are amazeballs. The best suggestions came from Spring Grove Primary and Newsome Juniors *waves.* As part of a BOGOF deal (buy one, get one free) the lucky schools also get to meet Huddersfield Town legend Andy Booth, the club’s ambassador. iphone 7 plus phone case full cover andy           Andy Booth photo ©SkySports I cannot wait to give Andy a vital role when I read an extract from There’s Only One Danny Ogle during the visits. thin red iphone 7 plus case 9780192735850           The new cover to Football Mad includes There’s Only One Danny Ogle By the way, if you’ve got to dress as a book character for World Book Day, Danny’s a fine choice. stilgut iphone 6 case I mean – how easy is this outfit to throw together? No ironing, no sewing, no drawing daft drawing of scars on foreheads…. scarf photo                   A Y5 in Kettering dressed as Danny Ogle You might also like to consider: team               The Parrs’ red and white kit – obviously not as striking as blue and white stripes but one or two teams seem to go for it.

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