SCHOOL orders

Moon Lane Education offer an efficient school supply and advisory service. For all orders and enquiries, please contact our dedicated education manager:
Leah Chin
0207 274 5759
schools@moonlaneeducation.co.uk

SCHOOL EVENTS

We are always thrilled to organise literary events for schools, spreading our enthusiasm for stories and reading. We regularly set up author and illustrator visits, book fairs, and literacy festivals. If you would like us to work our magic in your school, please contact us.

WORLD BOOK DAY SPECTACULAR 2019

Do you want to promote a love of reading in your school? Tales on Moon Lane offers BRILLIANT packages of author events to cater for the whole school in just one day.
We are now taking bookings for 2019, please get in touch
Please contact Virginie at info@moonlaneink.co.uk
'What a fantastic visit we had. The teachers and children were very inspired and enthused.'
Librarian, Thomas's Clapham
'All our children thoroughly enjoyed their visits and there was such a positive buzz around the school.  I even had one girl in my class come to school dressed as Ivy from the Uncommoners yesterday - she was clearly inspired.'
Kelvin Grove Primary School

'Thank you for a wonderful afternoon full of back flipping cows, pink tigers, an upside down duck with a headache and a (w)rapping, prince in disguise. What adventures we all enjoyed.'

South Bucks Children’s Book Group

'Amazing Esme is a fantastic event for primary school children. The journey begins at a castle in Scotland where the audience is transported into an imaginary world full of bad mannered tea parties, helter skeltering penguins and fairground circuses. The fun filled event will develop children’s understanding of character, plot and setting, and will entice all participants to join in with the amazing adventures of Esme!'

Lillie McCotter, Literacy Consultant, Inspire me education.

'Children become a part of a story: acrobats, animals and Esme herself, they are on stage, they are engaged and the level of laughter is unbelievable.'

Alex Kossykh, Literacy Co ordinator, Jessop Primary School