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22 Feb, 28 tweets, 39 min read
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Here is a list of publishers of books, including fiction and non-fiction, relevant for Librarians and teachers across primary and secondary. I'm including the publisher name, along with their website so that you can take a look at/download their catalogues ...
... and sign up for newsletters, along with the twitter handles where available so that you can follow them too. I've included as many of the major publishers as I can think of, along with a pretty good list of smaller and diverse presses. While mainly ...
... focussing on the UK market, there are some international publishers too. It will be by no means comprehensive, but may be a good place to begin discovering new texts and resources for your classroom, your library, and to inspire young people. Feel free to add any ...
Illuminate Publishing - Bright Learning: @IlluminatePub Independence Educational: @IndependenceEdu Knights of: @_knightsof
Ladybird:… @ladybirdbooks
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers: @littlebrownyr
Magic Cat:
Michael O’Mara Books: @busterbooks
New Frontier: @NFPublishingUK
Nobrow: @nobrowpress
Simon & Schuster Children's: @SimonSchusterUK
Sweet Cherry: @sweetcherrypub
Tallawah publishing:
So I think that is all I have for now. If you have anything else that I've missed then add them in a comment. #readingforpleasure #publishers #libraries #librarians #schools #teaching #teachers #teachersasreader
Think that this might be useful for your groups @IOE_TRG ?
oh and finally this list is also downloadable via @TesResources at…
coming up next time... a round-up of book awards but for now:
so, I somehow managed to miss a bunch at the end of my list ... I blame doing it at the end of the day... so here are a the rest that I had, from T-Z. We can call them the missing chapter

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@greg_jenner @el_hembo THREAD:
An example of subject-snobbery at best. A line trotted out by those not working in education, and probably never sat in a media lesson.

When you have to denigrate the achievements of others you have to ask why? What is the motivation?
@greg_jenner @el_hembo Is it in order to try to assert your own superiority? It smacks of ignorance and exposes surely some sort of fear.
What might that fear be? Fear that someone with a media grade is perhaps going to go into HE? get a degree? improve their social mobility & that of their loved ones?
@greg_jenner @el_hembo And the subject itself? Not “proper”? Never mind the idea that the actual study of the media is multi-disciplinary, like many of the arts and humanities. The parallels with English Literature (is that “proper”) are quite obvious... off the top of my head:
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