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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future


In Reception this week we have loved creating our own books!

As a class we have discussed the vast range of books we are exposed to such as different sizes, shapes, colours, languages, fact or fiction and formats i.e. ebooks. 

The children have used their own initiative to create their own books using their wonderful and wild imaginations!

The Fish Who Wish by Joseph Thrush

The  children have fully immersed themselves in the role of an author and are inspired to write and even publish theirr own books one day...

The Bible by Gracie Daniel


The Minimoon and the Aeroplane by Caleb Jackson

Imagine... the world full of young inspiring authors.


What would your book be about?

  • Philippa Fellows 1 year ago
    Wow! Very impressed with the books. What lovely pictures and writing!

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