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We share innovative picturebooks and resources that address diversity themes and promote positive values.

Find tips for teaching primary English online with picturebooks. We also offer mini picturebook e-lessons based on a read-aloud by a picturebook creator to support teachers and parents working remotely.

Love the idea of teaching primary English with picturebooks but not sure where to start? Check our teaching tips and guidelines on our website.

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PEPELT is a useful tool for teachers of young learners who are in need of materials for their English lessons. They can also join the community and contribute their own ideas.

Council of Europe, European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML)

PEPELT is my absolute go to resource for all things picturebooks in primary ELT – a fabulous gem!

David Valente, IATEFL YLTSIG Coordinator

Love the idea! Picture books are essential resources for working with young learners. This is a great place to see them through different eyes and to learn from colleagues. Thank you.

Rebecca Tomlinson, EFL Coach

Your passion for picturebooks gives my own passion for them a reason to keep them as teaching tools of delight!

Vanessa Nunes, Teacher of English, Portugal.

Thanks for such a glowing analysis of Perfectly Norman, I literally couldn’t have said it better myself.

Tom Percival (Author and Illustrator), UK

Thank you so much PEPELT team, looking forward to implementing your mini e-lessons after our spring break

E.Stinson, Teacher, Austria