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Phil Reading 5 Toocool Books

<image005.png> Announcing Phil Kettle Reads 5 Pre Recorded Videos having trouble seeing this – click here Available NOW at https://philkettle.com are 5 pre-recorded readings from the Toocool book series You can have me reading these books in your library as many times as you want for a whole year! How to get this Visit https://philkettle.com […]

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READING REALLY ROCKS

Reading Really Rockz May 6, 2014 “READING IS ALL ABOUT TURNING WORDS INTO PICTURES BY USING YOUR IMAGINATION”. PHIL KETTLE, MAY 5TH 2014 Children’s author Phil Kettle, talks to us about his work. On Monday we went to the library to see , Phil Kettle the children’s author. Phil Kettle has written 160 books in […]

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Gotta love a letter from a student

Dear Phil Kettle, Hi, my name is Georgia, thanks so much for visiting. It was a great experience and it encouraged me greatly. I also feel very grateful that I made it into the extra writing session. I wrote about a girl who was a weirdo. Do you remember ? I really enjoyed writing my […]

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Good to get good feedback

Inspiration from a real author! Phil Kettle is a prolific Australian children’s author who specialises in encouraging reluctant readers. Phil has achieved great success with a number of entertaining book series, including Get Real, Too Cool, Boyz Rule and Girlz Rock. Phil visits schools throughout Australia and the world talking about reading and writing. Phil […]

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GOTTA LOVE THIS!

Hi Phil, Thank you so much for your visit. You have no idea how disappointed I was when something came up a couple of weeks ago and I realised I would miss your visit. But that’s the way it goes. You might remember I told you about my son who taught himself to read with […]

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TIPS FOR GETTING STARTED AND STAYING MOTIVATED

9 TIPS FOR GETTING STARTED & STAYING MOTIVATED 1. Get out of your own way. Don’t get trapped by insecurity or negative feelings: Just do it. 2. When you read something that you think is not so great—and catch yourself thinking, “I could do better than that”—hang onto that feeling. Let it drive you to […]

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AUTHOR VISIT

In these troubled times, there is a danger that paying for an author visit to promote children’s writing will increasingly rank low on a school’s list of priorities. And yet … if an author visit goes well, some pupils will get more of a writing confidence-boost in one day than they normally would in a […]

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