Inspiring Young Readers
My Mindful A to Zen posted on 21 Oct 2021
I already have twenty five very different illustrated alphabet books in my personal collection but none that use haikus with a theme of mindfulness
The Ghost of Thomas Kempe posted on 14 Oct 2021
This children’s classic was written by Penelope Lively in 1973 ...
Beep Beep! posted on 28 Sep 2021
One of the challenges of writing a successful picture book for young children is to keep it simple ...
Tripwrecked! posted on 22 Sep 2021
Twelve months ago, here at The Letterpress Project, we had the pleasure of reviewing Rock Bottom by Ross Montgomery...
Blossom posted on 20 Sep 2021
Thanks to her plant-loving grandparents, Tutu and Pops, ten year old Blossom has grown up surrounded by beautiful plants and flowers
The Puffin Portal posted on 16 Sep 2021
Back in November of last year we were introduced for the first time to the Griffin family....
Freeze posted on 13 Sep 2021
It’s always a sign that the summer is coming to an end and the dark nights are just around the corner when collections of spooky start to appear.
A Wrinkle In Time posted on 08 Sep 2021
I can’t believe it’s taken me until now to catch up with this extraordinary 1962 classic ...
A History of Children’s Books in 100 Books posted on 30 Aug 2021
Published in 2017 by The British Library, A History of Children’s Books in 100 Books is the kind of sumptuous volume they do so well.
My Swordhand Is Singing posted on 23 Aug 2021
The vampire legend tends to be dominated by the conventions established by Bram Stoker’s Dracula ...