Remembrance Day 2020

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To help schools mark Remembrance Day 20220 and link it to developing literacy in the classroom, I am offering a range of FREE resources for schools to use throughout the week, based around my books Over the LineD-Day DogArmistice Runner and the Wings RAF series.

Here is a pre-recorded twenty-minute assembly aimed at KS2 and KS3 for use in the hall or for schools to stream throughout classrooms, where I will talk about the real First and Second World War soldiers, airmen and women and sailors that have inspired the characters in my books.

There will be also be a live online FACEBOOK Q&A session on the afternoon of 11th November 1.30-2.30 p.m. from here : can submit questions for me to answer by emailing up until 10th  November or on the day.

All my other FREE WW1 and WW2 literacy resources are available from here:
or here:
and they include :

  • Be a Trench Runner memory challenge game for the school hall.
  • Black out poetry sheets with instructions and certificates.
  • 10 discussion points about war for Y5 to Y9.
  • Book cover prediction sheets with questions encouraging the children to think about what a book might be about.
  • Downloadable posters.
  • First chapters of all my historical fiction books.
  • Videos about the settings of my books, filmed at the Somme and on the D-Day beaches.
  • Remembrance Day 2020 Literacy Certificate
  • And much much more.

You can find our more about each of my books here:
Over the Line 
Armistice Runner
Wings Series
D-Day Dog
as well as more about what I am currently writing about the Arctic Convoys here.

Rosemary Hill Books is offering a special rate for  schools to  purchase multiples of these books:

  • 15 copies £83 (20%+)
  • 30 copies at £157 (25%+)
  • 100 copies at £489 (35%+)

You can contact Rosemary direct at

For additional information and for reminder emails with links to the free online events please contact

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