Inspiring Young Readers
Hurray For Peregrine Pig posted on 25 Mar 2016
What is it about anthropomorphic pigs? There's something fundamentally delightful about the way the porcine can be constructed as virtually human
The Secret Garden posted on 15 Mar 2016
It must be a great honour and, at the same time, an incredible challenge to be asked to design and illustrate a new edition of a great classic like The Sec
The Tiger Who Came To Tea posted on 27 Feb 2016
It is quite difficult to write a review of what is undisputedly a classic picture book which is also now a recognisable brand
Through my Window posted on 15 Feb 2016
I have such fond memories of discovering this book when I was a nursery teacher in inner city Birmingham...
The Adventures of the Dish and the Spoon posted on 04 Feb 2016
The very talented prize winning Mini Grey is an author/ illustrator who admits that she enjoys meandering in a kind of stream of consciousness way
Paul : the hero of the fire posted on 31 Jan 2016
Back in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Puffin, the children’s arm of the Penguin publishing empire...
Aladdin's Picture Book posted on 27 Jan 2016
Walter Crane was one of the great innovative artists of the nineteenth century.
Young England: An Illustrated Magazine For Boys posted on 22 Jan 2016
In the summer of 1914 Britain was embarking on a war that the majority of the population thought would be over by Christmas
Treasure Island posted on 18 Jan 2016
I have to admit that I didn't read Treasure Island when I was a boy...
Movable Books posted on 10 Jan 2016
We have become quite accustomed to seeing interactive books aimed at children of all ages.