Study in the Literary City

Study in the Literary City

By Meggie Dennis, Publishing Media Student at Oxford Brookes. I have been obsessed with books my whole life. When I was four, I spent my first three days at school reading every book in the reading corner, not speaking very much to my classmates, leading my teacher to...
Imagination Writing Workshops

Imagination Writing Workshops

By Children’s Author, Jennifer Killick. One of my favourite things about being a children’s author is that I get to spend lots of time in schools, working with children. I have been visiting schools for about 18 months, and though they are all warm, inclusive...
Day in the Life – School Librarian 

Day in the Life – School Librarian 

By Emma Suffield, School Librarian of the Year 2018. Being a School Librarian is one of the most rewarding jobs and I am grateful I get to do it on a daily basis. Getting up in the morning and knowing I can make a difference to a student through reading, literacy and...
Encouraging Early Readers

Encouraging Early Readers

By Clare Helen Welsh, Teacher and Children’s Author. Hello! My name is Clare. I am a primary teacher and children’s author and I’m delighted to be writing a guest post for I AM in Print for International Literacy Day. I love words! People often talk about ‘first...
Step Through the Gate

Step Through the Gate

By Elane Retford, Co-Founder, I AM in print. Several of my son’s friends are about to lose their ‘pre-schooler’ tag as they pose for last minute photos, (which will, of course, represent themselves in six years for comparative shots!) wearing scuff-free shoes and...