A range of readings for children of all ages linked to art and mask making from many of Kathryn White's texts.
Kathryn has held workshops and training sessions for professionals working in nursery/primary schools on how to raise literacy through imaginative use of texts.
Kathryn has held creative writing classes in HMP Shepton Mallet, is a regular contributor to the Edinburgh International Book festival along with a number of other key festivals across the UK.
She has worked in International schools.
• Good Day, Bad Day (illustrated by Cliff Wright), (Oxford University Press, 2000)
• When They Fight (illustrated by Cliff Wright), (Oxford University Press, 2002)
• The Hunt, (Heinemann (book publisher), 2002)
• The Tupilak, (Heinemann (book publisher), 2002)
• Heads or Tails, (Heinemann (book publisher), 2004)
• Girls Watch, (Heinemann (book publisher), 2004)
• Splitzaroni, (Badger Publishing, 2004)
• Lines in the Sand (contributing author), (Frances Lincoln, 2004)
• Here Comes the Crocodile (illustrated by Michael Terry), (Little Tiger Press, 2004)
• The Nutty Nut Chase (illustrated by Vanessa Cabban), (Little Tiger Press, 2004)
• Pitch Pond Curse, (Heinemann (book publisher), 2005)
• Ghost Thief, (Heinemann (book publisher), 2005)
• Snowshoe the Hare, (Egmont Publishing, 2005)
• Wow!366 (contributing author), (Scholastic Corporation, 2008)
• Sleepy Time, (Caterpillar Books, 2009)
• Sharks on the Loose, (Oxford University Press, 2009)
• Click, Clack, Crocodile's Back, (Little Tiger Press, 2009)
• Carving the Sea Path, (Evans Brothers, 2009)
• Play Time, (Caterpillar Books, 2010)
• Tea Time, (Caterpillar Books, 2010)
• Bath Time, (Caterpillar Books, 2010)
• Cheese Hunt, (Caterpillar Books, 2010)
• Ruby's School Walk , (Barefoot Books, 2010)
Thank you for a great morning. We all loved your stories and talked about them all afternoon whilst wearing our masks! It was super to hear multi-cultural stories. There is certainly a shortage of good ones.
Teacher, The Red Maids' Junior School, Bristol
Kathryn White came to visit Burnbush Primary School as part of the Read a Million Words project taking place in Bristol. Kathryn spent most of the day at the school and went into several classrooms.
I sat in on one session and was impressed by how engaged the children were with what Kathryn had to say. It was an informative and active session and the children reacted very well to it. They were told all about being an author and had lots of questions. I would happily use Kathry again and in fact hope to one day when Read a Million Words has more funding.
Project Manager, Read a Million Words
Burnbush Primary School, Bristol
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