September 15, 2016
by Nora Nagy
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Hooked on Books: Illustrating the Classics with Viola Niccolai

In this series of interviews we talk to teachers, ELT writers, visual artists and researchers about the importance of using literature in the language classroom. Together they have over a hundred years of experience in teaching and writing so they can definitely … Continue reading

March 8, 2016
by Nora Nagy
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Hooked on Books: Michele Rocchetti on bringing illustration and literature into the language class

In this series of interviews we talk to teachers, ELT writers, visual artists and researchers about the importance of using literature in the language classroom. Together they have over a hundred years of experience in teaching and writing so they can definitely … Continue reading

August 13, 2015
by Nora Nagy
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Turning Japanese with Momotarō and Elly Nagaoka

What interests you most about Japan? How much do your students know about the country? Although we all have an image of Japan in our minds, and we all have some knowledge of Japanese culture, history, traditions and geography, there is … Continue reading

March 12, 2015
by Nora Nagy
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Meet the illustrator: Catty Flores

What is it like to illustrate fairy tales, children’s stories and classics? We chatted with Catty Flores, illustrator of much-loved children’s books and readers. Once you see her illustrations, you will always remember her powerful and mesmerising visual style. What … Continue reading

March 28, 2014
by Nora Nagy
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Meet three illustrators: Andrea Alemanno, Mario Onnis and Michele Rocchetti

Three illustrators, three distinctive visual styles and three different ways of looking at the world. Andrea Alemanno, Mario Onnis and Michele Rocchetti have just returned from the International Children’s Book Fair in Bologna. We asked them about their experiences and … Continue reading