Tag Archives: Wolves

More wolves – this time, a l’envers

I have two books in front of me as I write. One is the book I was going to write about – Sandra Beckett’s Recycling Red Riding Hood – the other (Rosa’s) is the movie companion for New Moon It … Continue reading

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Outside Over There: The story of the Grandmother

It was interesting reciting the edgy DeLaRue/Zipes’ reconstruction of the Story of the Grandmother to PGCE students in the woods today, those lovely dappled woods where the magpies chatter and one group saw a deer and we all felt at … Continue reading

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George

Not “Don’t do that” but a link to the Being Human BBC3 blog that explains why there’s a link to the show on my work blog – apart from the quality of the drama, of course. This link takes us … Continue reading

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Escape into the Outdoors: messages from children’s literature

I’m trying, in this exploratory study, to add to an understanding of how we experiences for children in the outdoors: what professionals see as the “enabling environments’ encouraged by the new Early Years Foundation Stage and, in the context of … Continue reading

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