Inspiring Young Readers
The Skull posted on 10 Oct 2023
I’m always reluctant to be anything other than evasive when people ask me what has been my favourite children’s book of the year
Little Santa posted on 06 Oct 2023
Have you ever spent a little time thinking about what some of the iconic figures of our cultural landscape were like when they were just children?
The Panda’s Child posted on 03 Oct 2023
We are always delighted to receive any book written by Jackie Morris.
Have You Seen Dinosaur? posted on 29 Sep 2023
In the wonderful world of storybooks nobody bats an eyelid at the sight of a cumbersome elephant following a small boy across a zebra crossing
Ten-Word Tiny Tales posted on 28 Sep 2023
The current Waterstone’s Children’s Laureate, Joseph Coelho, has masterminded a wonderfully creative project
The Bear Who Had Nothing To Wear posted on 26 Sep 2023
Jeanne Willis is one of the stars in the firmament when it comes to contemporary children’s literature.
Lily Takes a Walk posted on 19 Sep 2023
Any book from author/illustrator, Satoshi Kitamura is always a big deal here at the Letterpress Project.
The Star Whale posted on 17 Sep 2023
What a treat to receive a review copy of a big sumptuous poetry book by two of our all-time favourite, internationally acclaimed stars...
Today is for You posted on 05 Sep 2023
As a retired Early Years teacher, I know how much young children enjoy joining in with stories.
Kings and Queens: Alfred the Great to King Charles III and Everyone In-Between posted on 04 Sep 2023
Do you struggle to convince your children or grandchildren that history is a school subject that is not just important but can be fun too?