Fantastic pupils work who were inspired by parts in 'Opening Doors to Famous Poetry and Prose'

22 November 2019

‹Discover work from pupils who were inspired by Part 2: Opening Doors to Prose - Unit 13. The Face and Hands of a Vampire - Dracula by Bram Stoker here.

And check out work from pupils who were inspired by Part 1: Opening doors to poetry - Unit 5: Paths of Mystery - ˜The Path™ by Edward Thomas here.

If you haven't done so already, then why not find out more about Bob Cox's Opening Doors to Famous Poetry and Prose and purchase your very own copy here or take a sneak peek inside the book first here.

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