'EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY'
Can the quirky Fairy Godmother help Max keep out of trouble?
A fun production.
It's hard to believe that some people are already enjoying telling us how many days it is to Christmas. I won't be one of them, but it can't be coming around that quickly, can it??? Have you thought about Christmas yet? Maybe you need to start thinking about making your list of what you might like. Let me think...... what would I like? A better new year than this one would be fantastic!
I've had a few quieter weeks so had a chance to put together a fabulous resource full of your poems. Yes, that's right, poems written by talented young authors just like you. Children who've had their work published come from way down south in Invercargill, to further north in Auckland, and lots of towns and cities in between. You'll find the resource here so go and take a look, and download it. Exciting that their work will be read and used in class by other children all over the country.
My productions are going well, and another community theatre has contacted me asking if they can put on 'Cinderfeller Hits Field Days' early in 2021. How could I say no, haha. I was pretty excited to know once again the fun characters will all come to life for a few more audiences. I'm hoping to start working on more scripts, so watch this space.
I've finally been back visiting a few schools, and had a wonderful time in Rotokauri this morning. While I get a real buzz from my poetry performances, I really do enjoy the more casual classroom visits, where I get to know children that little bit better, and talk about writing, and helping them see that they can do it.
My Duffy Books In Homes role model assemblies went pretty well, and I quite enjoyed the challenges of doing these via ZOom, but I'll be looking forward to next year when I can get out there and meet kids again .
Don't forget my Youtube channel. I have finally added a few poems. for littlies and you older kidlets as well.
Here's the link Youtube.com/channel/UC174DZI0aLXx7WMzZNYTDTw?view_as=subscriber
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Saying of the moment
'Don't count your chickens before they hatch.'
Do you know what this means? I love sayings and finding out where they first started.
Don't forget that I love hearing from you, so send me a message.
Judi B and Les and Rosie