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Egmont free downloads & Eurolis book packs

Egmont Publishing have some very useful free resources available on their website for pre school, KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4. Teachers notes, lesson plans, activity sheets and posters are included on the download area for popular books such as The Power of Dark, The Magic Faraway Tree and Barry Loser. Usefully these resources can be filtered by type: poster, lesson plans, lesson notes and activity sheets. Signing up to the Egmont newsletter will bring notifications of new resources, exciting new book and competition news. 

Eurolis, a group of expert librarians in the cultural centres of France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Poland and Spain with the assistance of CILIP in the UK, have put together a book resource called EuroToolbox. All of the books in the collection have been especially chosen and they are the very best recently published in the following original languages : French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish, the English language is represented as well, thanks to a donation of the 15 books shortlisted for the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway children's books awards in the current year from CILIP. Eurotoolbox is now available to borrow free of charge to libraries and schools in the UK. To enquire about loaning please email Maria Riccobono or give her a ring on 0207 396 4425.

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