Resources

On this page, you’ll find resources and activities to download for all my books.

The Snatchabook Books_Snatchabook Cover

You can download an audio version of The Snatchabook, narrated by me and with music by Gerry Smith, by clicking on the link below:

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Find out how to make your very own Snatchabook puppet, designed by Dana Sheridan, by clicking on the image below:

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Or make your own Eliza bunny ears, designed by Thomas Docherty, by clicking here.

Follow Thomas Docherty’s simple workshop on How To Draw The Snatchabook!

Teachers can download Ideas for using The Snatchabook  in the Early Years Classroom here, and the following images from the book to accompany the workshops by clicking on the links below:

Image A: Rabbits Reading_A4

Image B: Snatchabook on Branch_A4

Image C: Full Amends_A4

Our US publishers, Sourcebooks, have produced an Educator’s Guide to accompany The Snatchabook, for Key stage 1 (Kindergarten and First Grade).

Click on image below to download:

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The Educator’s Guide was created by:
Valerie Pierce, Katie Anderson and Beth Oleniczak
 
 

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 Abracazebra

 

 

You can download and make an Abracazebra Mask (designed by Thomas Docherty) here !

You can also download an Abracazebra Spot the Difference Activity Sheet here…

And an Abracazebra picture to colour in here.

Teachers can download  Ideas for using Abracazebra  in the Early Years Classroom here, and the following images from the book to accompany the workshops by clicking on the links below:

Image A: Goat on Boat

Image B: Abracazebra’s Magic Show

Image C: How is Goat feeling?

Image D: Draw the Magic Show

 

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Ruby Nettleship and the Ice Lolly Adventure

 

 

 

 

Click on the image below to download a Key Stage 1 Book Topic teaching resource based on Ruby Nettleship  and produced by Teach Primary :

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Do You RememberDo You Remember?

 

 

 

 

You can download your very own Do you Remember?  picture frame here! Draw a picture of the first time you did something, and tell the story.