Our Book (Series) Of The Week are the 'Opening Doors' books by Bob Cox

11 October 2017

Click here for more information on our book (series) of the week and to purchase your very own copy/copies of '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' or 'Opening doors to famous poetry and prose'.

The Opening Doors to Quality Writing series won the 2017 Education Resources Awards in the Educational Book Award category.

All three book were also our best sellers at the Optimus Education conference last week! 

Click here to read a collection of beautiful written work produced by school children aged 6“9.

Click here to read a collection of fantastic written work produced by school children aged 10“13.

Click here to discover more about author Bob Cox and his work.

Click here to watch Bob Cox introducing 'Opening doors to quality writing - Ideas for writing inspired by great writers for ages 6 to 9' and pupils responses.

Click here to watch Bob Cox introducing 'Opening doors to quality writing - Ideas for writing inspired by great writers for ages 10 to 13' and pupils responses.



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