Tuesday, 19 December 2017


  1. Roller Girl de Jamieson Victoria
  2. Hilda and the Black Hound de Luke Pearson
  3. Awkard de Svetlana Chmakova
  4. The Dumbest Idea Ever de Gownley Jimmy
  5. Lowriders in Space de Cathy Camper
  6. Smile de Raina Telgemeier
  7. Amulet: the Stonekeeper de Kazy Kibuishi
  8. Bone de Jeff Smith
  9. Drama de Raina Telgemeier
  10. Anya’s Ghost de Vera Brosgol
  11. Zita the Spacegirl de Ben Hatke
  12. Sisters de Raina Telgemeier
  13. The Baby-Sitters Club de Raina Telgemeier
  14. Hilo. The Boy who Crashed to Earth de Judd Winick
  15. The Underground Abductor de Nathan Hale
  16. Phoebe and Her Unicorn: A Heavenly Nostrils Chronicle de Simpson Dana
  17. The Lunch Witch de Debe Lucke
  18. Little Robot de Ben Hatke
  19. Hidden: A Child’s Story of the Holocaust  de  Dauvillier Loic
  20. Ghostopolis de Doug TenNapel
  21. Olympians. Zeus: King of the Gods de George O’Connor
  22. Ghost de Raina Telgemeier
  23. Primates: The Fearless Science of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and Biruté Galdikas de Jim Ottaviani
  24. Bluffton: My Summers with Buster de Matt Phelan
  25. Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity de Dave Roman
  26. The Other Side of the Wall de Simon Schwatrz
  27. Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong de Prudence Shen
  28. Cardboard de Doug TenNapel
  29. Princess Descomposia and Count Spatula de Andi Watson
  30. A Game for Swallows: To Die, to Leave, to Return de Zeina Abirached
  31. Jane, the Fox and Me de Fanny Britt
  32. Hereville: How Mirka Got Her Sword de Barry Deutsch
  33. The Graveyard Book, Volume 1 de Craig Russell
  34. Howtoons: Tools Of Mass Construction by Saul Griffith
  35. Page by Paige by Laura Lee Gulledge
  36. Marble Season by Gilbert Hernandez
  37. Friends with Boys by Faith Erin Hicks
  38. Sunny Side Up by Jennifer L. Holm
  39. Child Soldier When Boys and Girls are Used in War by Jessica Dee Humphreys
  40. A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel based on the novel by Madeleine L’Engle, adapted by Hope Larson 
  41. The Girl Who Owned A City: The Graphic Novel based on a text by O.T. Nelson, adapted Dan Jolley

Friday, 10 November 2017


Here's an easy project for the students to practice the parts of the house.

1. Fold an A4 sheet in half.

2. Crease the center of the fold.

3. Fold the left and the right parts to the center.

4. Open the fold.

5. Press the corners to form a triangle on each side.

6. Tell the students to draw the rooms in the house on the front ...

7. ... and inside it.

8. Have them label the parts of the house.

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Sunday, 18 January 2015


As I promised, these are some pictures of "my home" when I was living in London. 
I used to live in a flat on the fifth floor. 
This type of building is known as a mansion block. What do you think about it? Do you like it? Would you like to live in England someday?