I have started my new Story Channel – Learn English Through Story and have just uploaded the first video actually made for the channel.
Please see the new channel, subscribe and watch some videos – I need to get to 1000 subscribers and 10,000 hrs watched to get a proper channel link.
It’s a Viking Vik Story – Freya has challenged Vik and Wulf to a contest. They have to eat the most disgusting things she can find. But will Wulf eat his fill fairly and squarely, and will Vik triumph in the end?
Viking Vik stories are written for newly confident readers, with high story interest and easy text. Follow along with the story as I read the story.
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Join amazing childrens’ author, Viv French, and wonderful storyteller, Renita Boyle and myself on Saturday when we will be creating a story LIVE! with your help.
So, WE NEED YOUR HELP!
It’s not just the audiences who are missing the Wigtown Book Festival this year – the authors are missing the audiences too!
In this fun-filled family hour, three of Wigtown’s most devoted and adored children’s authors take on the 60-minute book challenge. That’s right! Taking up their roles as author (Vivian French), illustrator (Shoo Rayner) and storyteller (Renita Boyle) they battle towards creating, illustrating and telling a story based on Wigtown in just one hour. But they need your help – tune in to help shape the story and make your mark on Big Wig history.
How on Earth are we going to do it when we are in completely different parts of the country? Tune in to find out!
This is a live session about Walker, the boy who can talk to Dogs, that I made for the Big Dog Children’s Book Festival for Dumfries in Scotland, organised by the Wigtown Book Festival.
Go to https://www.shoorayner.com/shoosonlinebookstore/ to buy copies with signed with free poster
Sadly, due to the corona virus lockdown, the Big Dog Children’s festival is unable to go ahead as planned,but the organisers have put together a fantastic online alternative programme. @wigtownbookfest https://www.facebook.com/BigDogBookFestival/