Paul Murdoch is a children's author who specialises in school and library visits. His new book Sunny has been released to great aclaim.
Paul Murdoch’s 2016 stone circle video diary can be found at: https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/glowblogs/stonecircleproject/tag/stone-circles/
Paul also went to Bali with Education Scotland in 2015. He worked there in 6 schools on a cross-cultural exchange.
His 2015 cross-cultural adventure to Indonesia can be found at:
The first three books in Paul Murdoch’s PECK CHRONICLES: Talisman, Citadel and Tyrant are published by Strident Publishing and can be found in all good bookshops or online. Signed copies of Paul’s books and much more about his talks and school visits can be found at: www.paulmurdoch.co.uk
Details about his new Tiffy Toffy picture books for younger children can be found here: coming-soon-2
Paul has worked with 100’s of schools all over the UK and Ireland. He has also performed school and library visits in Bali and Germany.
The Author Sessions: Paul performs workshops or assembly-type, interactive presentations. Either with 20 -40 children in a classroom or 100-500 children in a hall, he explores their own creativity and ability to form stories using pictures, games and exercises. He also performs key-note speeches at prize giving's and often works on specific projects.
Paul currently has six interactive workshop/presentations. The first three are designed to lead onto each other. They result in the class/group producing a fable, using their own characters, dialogue and settings. Click on the titles below for much more detail.
1. The 'Imagination Workshop (P4-S3)
2. The 'Window on Another World' Workshop (P4-S3)
3. The 'Fables are Fun' Workshop (P4-S3)
4. The Windswept and Interesting Workshop (P4-S3)
5. The Tiffy and Toffy Workshop (P1-P3)
6. The Sunny Workshop - (P6-S6)
I love presenting and really getting children involved in workshops from the start. I've seen over 30,000 children in hundreds of schools, libraries and festivals. My new book - Sunny - explores topics such as racism and sectarianism through an engaging mystery adventure.