There is great shopping in Greystones
and shopping is what Polly did today!
We are reading ‘Emlyn’s Moon’
by Jenny Nimmo.
In it, the main character Nia made a fabric collage.
We made our own fabric collages.
These are the collages 2nd Class Room 6 made last year.
When we read ‘Emlyn’s Moon’ by Jenny Nimmo,
one of the characters, Nia made a collage.
We thought this was a good idea
and we are going to make one too.
This is the work 2nd Class did last year.
We are looking forward to making our collages too.
This one is Aoibhin’s from last year.
To see the other works of art click on the link above.
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When we read ‘Emlyn’s Moon’ by Jenny Nimmo, one of the characters, Nia made a collage.
We thought this was a good idea and decided to make one too.
This one is Aoibhin’s to see the other works of art click on the link above.
What we found out about Jenny Nimmo.
Jenny Nimmo was born on 15th January 1944.
To start with there was just her and her Mum.
Then they moved to her uncle’s free-range chicken farm.
When she was only six Jenny was sent away to boarding school.
It must have been hard to be so far away from her Mum.
It isn’t surprising that she didn’t enjoy boarding school.
She was was happier when she went to a secondary school.
She was told that she should become an actress.
At school, Jenny was quiet but she could be giddy too.
She loved to make people laugh.
Jenny Nimmo always loved reading and writing.
She read all the books in the junior school library by the time she was nine.
She had to persuade the librarian to let her join the senior school library.
Now she is an adult…
Jenny now lives in Wales with her family.
She writes after she has done her chores and fed all the chickens, rabbits and cats!
This is how she writes
She uses a soft, 3B pencil
and rewrites, makes changes and proof reads as she goes along.
When she’s sure she has made all the changes, she wants to,
her husband reads the story
and types it for her.
Many of her books are about ‘magic’ in real life situations.
The books that she has written that we have read are
‘Tom and the Pterosaur’,
‘The Owl Tree’,
‘The Stone Mouse’
‘The Dog Star’
‘The Snow Spider’
but she has written many, many more.
by Aoibhin and Nadine
THE STONE MOUSE and THE OWL TREE and THE DOG STAR were all written by Jenny Nimmo.
How are these stories the same?
How are they different?
Of the three books, which is your favourite?
Why is it your favourite?
CLAY OWLS IN A COLLAGE HABITAT
Last week we made clay owls and placed them in a collage habitat.
HERE THEY ARE 🙂
Owl Habitats on PhotoPeach
Full list of artists still to be added.