Inspiring Young Readers
Beyond the Fence posted on 20 Aug 2018
I’m a sucker for an anthropomorphic pig and children’s picture books can always be relied on to come up with some of the very best examples.
Polonius the Pit Pony posted on 06 Aug 2018
I was eager to read this picture book with a text by Richard O’Neill, a storyteller of renown from a traveller heritage....
Home and Dry posted on 30 Jul 2018
I just love children’s books that are - (what shall I call them?) - a touch eccentric.
Is it a Mermaid? posted on 28 Jul 2018
When is a mermaid not a mermaid? And what exactly is a mermaid anyway?
Clive and his Babies posted on 25 Jul 2018
I am very fond of Clive, a gentle, sensitive, imaginative little boy who has now starred in several picture board books published by Child’s Play
You Are My Best Friend posted on 19 Jul 2018
Tatsuya Miyanishi is one of Japan’s most popular and best-selling children’s picture book authors ...
Tomorrow posted on 16 Jul 2018
It's a sobering fact that we have become so accustomed to seeing and hearing about war and conflict that we no longer react ...
Peace and Me: Inspired by the lives of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates posted on 08 Jul 2018
Lantana Publishing have a mission to bring us beautiful children’s books from writers and illustrators with diverse and international backgrounds.
Enjoying Zeraffa Giraffa posted on 25 Jun 2018
After the resounding success of using The Lost Happy Endings last week with a group of Year Three children at Somers Park Primary School in Malvern..
The Rime of The Ancient Mariner posted on 25 Jun 2018
There are times when you pick up an illustrated book and you instantly know when it was first published.