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The deadline is looming and James Foley still doesn’t have a classroom date. (FYI, he smells much better now.) - Middle primary to lower secondary

The deadline is looming and James Foley still doesn’t have a classroom date. (FYI, he smells much better now.)

May 28, 2019

Poor James – all he wants is to come to your school and do a FREE event for you and your class. But only a handful of people have entered our Pass it on! Competition for 2019 and the closing date is next month.

James said, ‘I don’t understand it. Claire and Jen at Fremantle Press spoke to me about my body odour and I thought I’d fixed it. It was just a little leftover reek from when I was getting into character while working on Dungzilla and Gastronauts.’

How do you enter (and stop James panicking about his smell)? It’s easy.

To win the visit from James, just use the ‘forward to a friend’ button in this issue of the Classroom Express and the school* with the most people subscribed at their school by 30 June 2019 will win an event worth $350.

James Foley is a graphic novelist and illustrator who can talk about anything from his S.Tinker Inc. series of graphic novels – Brobot, Dungzilla and Gastronauts – in primary schools or run illustration and graphic novel workshops in secondary schools.

You will also automatically go into the draw to win a set of 10 books.

The subscriber who gets the most friends from any school signed up to the Classroom Express by 30 June 2019 will win 10 Fremantle Press books appropriate to their school worth $200.

So pass it on! And tell your colleagues, friends, parents and more about the competitions, teaching resources, activities and merchandise that they can get from the Classroom Express.

Both competitions close on Sunday 30 June 2019. The winner for each competition will be notified by email after this date, and will be announced in the Term 3 issue of the Classroom Express.

 

*open to schools in the Perth metro area and in reasonable travelling distance