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Welcome to the World of Norm- Jonathan Meres visits Primary 4s!

March 4th, 2015 by

World of Norm author Jonathan Meres visited Sanderson’s Wynd Primary today for an energetic talk to Primary 4s from all over the Ross High Cluster. The exciting event was part of Ross Rocks Reading and was attendend by 225 pupils from 7 primary schools, including Saltoun, Humbie, Pencaitland, Macmerry, Windygoul, St. Martin’s and Sanderson’s Wynd.

After entertaining pupils with his rich sense of humour, Jonathan introduced Norm to pupils, emphasizing that he’s a character they can relate to. He also read  a funny chapter (which he likes to call Chapter 12) from his latest book, The World of Norm: Must Be Washed Separately.

Pupils were able to ask Jonathan questions about being an author before finally having their books signed by him.

Many pupils left comments on our message board for Jonathan after the event. You can find a selection of them below:

You gave me more inspiration to read! ~Lennon

Keep writing the World of Norm books because I really enjoy reading them!  John M.

Now I’m going to read all of your books. ~ Sean

I can’t wait to read one of your books! Thank you so much. Lauren

You made me more enthusiastic to read the World of Norm. ~Ben

Well done, Jonny. You are my favourite author in the whole world! Sharon

You are sometimes really hilarious (and maybe a little bit rude)! ~Zoe

You are the first author I have ever met and you’re really funny! Leanna

You’re cool and I love your books! Beth

You and your books are really funny! Thank you for coming. Ishbel

 

If you would like to learn more about Jonathan Meres and his books, check out his website here:

http://www.jonathanmeres.com/

Happy reading!

Posted in Humbie Primary School, Macmerry Primary School, Pencaitland Primary School, Saltoun Primary School, Sanderson's Wynd Primary School, St. Martin's Primary School, Windygoul Primary School | | | 1 Comments


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  1.    Ross lyall said,

    on March 4th, 2015 at 4:57 pm   

    Ross said this man was brilliant and quite funny, must look up his books

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