Nina Jackson introduces Daniel the poet, age 7½

01 June 2016

Nina Jackson, self-appointed ˜fizz ambassador™ and author of Of Teaching, Learning and Sherbet Lemons, has written a new post on her TeachLearnCreate blog in admiration of a young poet named Daniel who has recently become a bit of a revelation on Twitter following a poem he wrote about living with Tourettes.

Having read the poem, Nina got in touch with Daniel and you can see what happened next, and find out a little more about Daniel and his poem, by following this link.


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