Pupils create gruesome monsters

PUBLISHED: 13:40 10 May 2011

(click on image for larger view) Sandford Primary School pupils with author Alison Edgson, coming in to read her book 'Yuck! That's Not a Monster' and helping the children make their own monster.

(click on image for larger view) Sandford Primary School pupils with author Alison Edgson, coming in to read her book 'Yuck! That's Not a Monster' and helping the children make their own monster.

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PUPILS at Sandford Primary School created their own fearsome monsters when they were visited by a children’s book illustrator on May 4.

Alison Edgson, illustrator of Yuck That’s Not a Monster and 25 other books, showed the Key Stage 1 pupils how to create their own characters, and they then had a go at making their own using a variety of colourful materials.

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