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Tag Archives: artist John Clarke
Announcing a New Chaucer in the Classroom Project: Free Downloadable Phonics and Spelling Worksheets
With the new school year in full swing, we’re excited to announce the launch of a free teaching resource section of The Armarium Press website–featuring downloadable phonics and spelling worksheets for early readers. This new section will also include free … Continue reading
Ready for the First Day of School? Chaucer “Talks” Classroom Jitters and More at the Ingalls Memorial Library
The first day of school is a really big deal–especially if you’re stepping up from preschool to kindergarten, or from kindergarten to first grade at the “big kids’ school.” Ringing bells, rules galore! And all those new faces to meet. … Continue reading
Illustrator John Clarke joined Chaucer the Dog at the New Ipswich Library yesterday for a tail-wagging good time with local kids to mark the official launch of Learning Is Cool… It’s the First Day of School! The first book in … Continue reading
We’re thrilled about the latest development at Canterbury Tails Books, our new imprint for children’s titles: We have been fortunate to sign award-winning illustrator John Clarke of Salem, Massachusetts to create the artwork for the first six books in the … Continue reading