Comments expressed regarding Bob Cox's 'Opening Doors' series.

26 April 2017

œCongratulations to Bob Cox, ERA award winner, for such a fine series of books on teaching writing. Essential resources for raising our game. 18/3/17

œAll Bob™s books should be in every school and used. 16/4/17

Bob Cox is the author of the 2017 Education Resources Awards™ Educational Book Award Opening Doors Series winners:

Opening Doors To Famous Poetry And Prose

Opening Doors To Quality Writing - Ideas For Writing Inspired By Great Writers For Ages 6 To 9

Opening Doors To Quality Writing - Ideas For Writing Inspired By Great Writers For Ages 10 To 13

Judges™ Comments: œDescribed as two gems which provide innovative approaches to exploring quality texts as stimuli for children™s writing. Judges described The Opening Doors to Quality Writing series as an invaluable resource, particularly for non-specialist teachers. Excellent literary choices contained within very attractively produced books.

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