Pupils from the Froebelian School in Horsforth, West Yorkshire, celebrated World Book Day this year by decorating the door of their classroom with a DOTTY-themed display. The class are really pleased with the result and we have to say that we are rather pleased too – don’t you think it’s great? If you would like to get in touch with anything DOTTY related you do with your school, we would love to hear from you.
Author, Emma Warner-Reed, was pleased to be invited to spend World Book Day 2016 with the pupils of Queen Mary’s School in Topcliffe, North Yorkshire. Emma spent the day, aptly themed ‘Fairytales, Myths and Legends’, giving pupils from year 5 to 8 readings and workshops based on the story of DOTTY and the Calendar House Key. Head of English at Queen Mary’s, Dawn Coull, said, “The girls really enjoyed hearing Emma read from the opening of Dotty and the Calendar House Key and w
DOTTY and the Calendar House Key is excited to have received its first major accolade. The first book in The DOTTY Series has been given an Honorable Mention at the prestigious 2016 Los Angeles Book Festival. Festival organiser Bruce Haring said, “Less than five percent of entries are ever honored with a placement, so Dotty is in select company.” The winning entries were honoured at an award ceremony on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at the fabulous LA Live complex in downtown LA.