In a departure from our usual history topics, we offer our own interpretation of one of our favourite books: Michael Morpurgo’s Kensuke’s Kingdom.
The story is shown through the eyes of a young boy washed up on an unknown island. It is a story of survival and is well-loved in primary schools across the country.
It is currently the only book we have delivered in schools and has been an absolute joy and a great introduction to puppetry, Japanese culture and friendship.
If you are reading this book with your class, our workshop day will help them identify key characters and plot points in a hugely imaginative and practical way.
For more information, availability and prices, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.