We teamed up with Walker Books and Facebook to celebrate the release of Anthony Horowitz’s 11th Alex Rider book, Never Say Die, with an exciting live event and teaching resource for schools.
Anthony Horowitz Live
Anthony Horowitz Live took place on Thursday 15 June 2017 and was broadcast in real time via Facebook. Anthony Horowitz took questions from children's author Steve Cole and the audience as well as those watching on Facebook. Here's a recording of the event, which you can watch at a time that suits you. Why not get together with your feeder primary and secondary schools and watch together?
If that’s not enough we also have a fantastic teaching resource for Years 6 and 7 packed full of ideas for Alex Rider-themed activities. The resource has been designed to run as a transition project but in it you will also find plenty of standalone sessions for Years 6 and 7 for the classroom and library. Alternatively you could run a selection of them in an Alex Rider-themed day or week – the choice is yours!
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