' A thought-provoking read for those involved in primary education in considering the importance of opportunities for children to explore visual texts and the enhanced meaning that can come from dialogic discussion around them.' - UKLA Newsletter, Autumn 2015
'It's a fascinating look at how opportunities for children thinking creatively together might transform the potential for learning in the classroom. A very interesting approach which offers a good deal of food for thought and could lead to a different approach across the curriculum.'- Sarah Brew, Parents in Touch
Fiona Maine is a lecturer in literacy education at the University of Cambridge with many years of experience working with teachers as they develop their own practice. Prior to her teacher educator roles, she worked as a primary classroom teacher.