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Caged and Chalk Eagle chosen for refugee library by IBBY UK

Buy Caged Buy Chalk Eagle We’re delighted that IBBY UK have nominated our two wordless picture books Caged by Duncan Annand and Chalk Eagle by Nazli Tahvili to be included in the children’s library at Lampedusa. The Italian island Lampedusa is home to large numbers of refugees from Africa and the Middle East. IBBY have collected hundreds of ‘silent books’ from around the world to include in a library for local and immigrant children. Unlike…

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Chalk Eagle is an exhilarating experience! – The Letterpress Project

Buy Chalk Eagle Terry Potter for The Letterpress Project has written a fab review of our wordless picture book Chalk Eagle! Read it below! A small boy living in the city can only dream of the freedom of flying in the wide spaces of the sky, soaring over green, open fields. He climbs up onto the roof of his house, lies on his back and watches an eagle as it rides the air currents, swooping and…

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Five reasons your school needs Chalk Eagle

Buy Chalk Eagle  Teachers! If you’re considering what book to next use in class, then perhaps you should consider a wordless picture book like Chalk Eagle. Wordless picture books can often be left behind by schools, but we think that they need to embrace the wonderful treasure that are wordless picture books. We can’t wait for the day when all schools read wordless picture books regularly with their children. So, here are five reasons why schools…

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Chalk Eagle is no mere flight of fancy!

Chalk Eagle was picked for Perfect Picture Book Friday by blogger Patricia Nozell Buy Chalk Eagle Amazing children’s writer and blogger Patricia Nozell loved our wordless picture book Chalk Eagle! We’re so glad she enjoyed sharing this book with her family. Read her great review below! I spent this past weekend with my family in the mountains, where eagles and imaginations soar. Surrounded by green hills and skies unblemished by the glare of city lights, unplugged…

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Chalk Eagle engages children in an imaginative journey

A review of Chalk Eagle by Jenny Duke, an ex teacher and literary consultant  Buy Chalk Eagle  I am loving Chalk Eagle. What an inspiring opportunity to read without words. For all ages to respond and develop their own stories, maybe aloud, or maybe silently in their heads. When reading Chalk Eagle lots of questions come to mind. “What can you see?” “What’s happening?” “What are they doing?” ” What you do you think they are thinking?” “What…

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