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Books with Strong Geographical Links

We have chosen some of our favourite books that have clear and distinct geographical links! There is a mixture of longer and shorter narratives with specific geographical settings, narrative non-fiction texts that give us information about geography or have strong geographical contexts, as well as some beautiful picture books – many of them wordless – that are closely tied to their geographical setting.

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  • I Want My Hat Back

    KS: R & KS1, R & KS1 / LKS2

    Year Group: Year 1

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  • Cloud Tea Monkeys

    KS: LKS2 / UKS2, Lower KS2, R & KS1 / LKS2

    Year Group: Year 3

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  • Otto, Autobiography of a Teddy Bear

    KS: LKS2 / UKS2, Upper KS2

    Year Group: Year 5

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  • 03 Nov

    Teach Through a Text in Year 4

    Suitable for: Year 4

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  • 10 Nov

    Teach Through a Text in Year 5

    Suitable for: Year 5

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  • 17 Nov

    Entitlement: Teaching Reading Comprehension in Years 5 & 6

    Suitable for: Years 5 & 6

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Blog & Booklists

  • Meeting Lauren Child and Kate DiCamillo

    Posted On: 02/10/2017

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  • October 2017 Literature Review

    Posted On: 30/09/2017

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  • Books with Strong Geographical Links

    Posted On: 21/09/2017

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