The Rhymers and their author Andrew Buller love getting out and about and sharing stories and expertise in the art of self-publishing and creative writing. Below is a flavour of some of the things they have been up to. If you would like to book Andrew Buller for an event then please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Andrew Buller has been working closely with the wonderful people at Speech Link who enable schools to support pupils with speech, language and communication needs. They have featured Andrew’s work in the latest issue of their national Link magazine in an article exploring the importance of rhyme in children’s educational development. Andrew has also provided a free puzzle book to all who receive the magazine.
Andrew Buller loved sharing The Rhymers’ stories with the children at Tankerton Bay Nursery School, particularly his new Rumber Rhymers’ book. The children did some lovely colouring too that can be seen in The Rhymers’ Gallery.
In November 2015, Andrew Buller and The Rhymers appeared at the Folkestone Book Festival sharing their stories.
Andrew Buller shared his expertise in the art of self-publishing children’s books to the University of the 3rd Age in November 2015.
Andrew Buller returned to his former primary school in Staplehurst sharing The Rhymers’ stories. He worked with Year 2 and Year 6 children throughout the day and inspired many.
In September 2015, Andrew Buller visited his former playgroup in Staplehurst to share his books.
The Beaney Library in Canterbury welcomed Andrew Buller and The Rhymers for their story time in August 2015.
Andrew Buller shared his passion at following his dreams to become a published children’s author with children at Bodsham School in July 2015. Many children now want to become authors too!
Year 7 students from Chatham and Clarendon School were guided through the process of writing stories for a younger audience and encouraged to work hard and follow their dreams.