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The wonderful story of THUMBNICKEL – a story from Bavaria about a boy the size of a thumb. Sound familiar? Try listening to it and find out!
Here are a few of the best photos from the past few years.
Creativity Rocks! (in a straw hat) This dragon business isn’t meant to fun, you know?! Each picture tells a story. This was a long and delightful one! This picture was very, very, very carefully done… The story of this art work was fantastic! Autumn Summer YEAH!!!!!!! Maypole Dancing Making the darling buds of May Every Bear has a book…
Illustration – stories The Story of Oggy Boggles He still loves stories Finding a safe place to hide. What an alien likes Bob’s Brillinut Book Illustration – Berries Illustration – Bugs Illustration – Flowers Colour – Emmis Takes Photos The Storytelling Gang – my ‘Miranda’ mates! Here are the some of them (there are more…) Bob and the gang work together brilliantly as a team, as well as on their own The (un)Wickedest Wolf that ever there was Reynard the Fox is crafty in every sense of the world. He tells stories of clever foxes and animals in traditional tales and fables, and encourages children to be arty and crafty Mr Biggles was named by Jacob, aged 5, on the day he was born. A nature loving bear, Mr Biggles cares about ecology and knows a lot about geography and science for such a young bear Miss Bunny can be very strict, and keeps the rest of the gang in order. She is good at maths and solving problems Mr Oggy Boggles comes from the Moon, and loves to hear stories. He helps children to develop story writing skills, through his own handmade book Miss Bunny and Bob are great friends The Storytelling Gang love spending time together, telling tales and making up games. Which is your favourite? History Detectives – learning skills to interpret information and investigate the past Self-Portrait Embla – folklore a specialty, including Norse, Roman, and Greek mythology Zombie Emmis Pirate Lou This makes everything worthwhile
Permission was granted for the photographs used on this website. No children, animals, aliens or acorns were injured in the making of these galleries. Not sure about that banana though. It really doesn’t look right, does it?