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This episode of Reading Aloud has a distinctly nautical feel as Rosen introduces us to a stage adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's Kensuke's Kingdom.
Primary and secondary school pupils use the drama to explore the characters in Morpurgo's take of a boy sailor marooned on a desert island.
Elsewhere, Carnegie Medal winning author Tim Bowler tells us how the sea inspired his novel Apocalypse, whilst our panel read the collected works of teaching guru Ted Wragg.
Our panel features educational writer John Richmond, secondary English teacher Sonya Bartley and teacher adviser Winsome Thomas.
Part of the series: Reading Aloud with Michael Rosen
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