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Prestel Publishing Bringing Art to Children of All Ages

Prestel Publishing are an independent publisher of books on art history and design however they also publish quality books for children. Today I would like to share two rather lovely books which combine both of these specialities. Ella in the … Continue reading

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Reading Matters – children’s book news

Welcome to this week’s catch up with what has been happening in the world of children’s books. Yet another busy week and I know I haven’t included everything but I hope this selection gives you a taste of the wonderful … Continue reading

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Reading Matters – children’s book news

Welcome to this week’s round up of what has been happening in the world of children’s books. It’s been another busy week so I hope you find something among this selection of links and reviews that is helpful to you. … Continue reading

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Pick of the New Picture Books

Kindness across the generations, challenging stereotypes, the journey our food makes and a welcome re-issue, just some of the picture books I have enjoyed over recent weeks. Many families will have experience of elderly relatives developing dementia and may also … Continue reading

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Happy 10th Birthday to Oh No, George! by Chris Haughton

Can it really be ten years since we met George? This month marks the publication of a special ten year anniversary edition of this hilarious, clever picture book by Chris Haughton so it is a good time to explore what … Continue reading

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Nour’s Secret Library written by Wafa’ Tarnowska illustrated by Vali Mintzi

Inspired by a true story and the author’s own childhood experience, Nour’s Secret Library conveys the comfort and hope books and libraries offer in times of struggle. The thoughtful text and stunning illustrations work together beautifully to depict the power … Continue reading

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New Children’s Picture Books – It’s About Time!

Sometimes by happy coincidence books arrive together that complement each other, sharing similar ideas or themes or characters with comparable personalities. Two picture books published recently caught my eye as they both concentrate on an aspect of life that matters … Continue reading

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Reading Matters – children’s book news

Welcome to this week’s look back at what has been happening in the world of children’s books. What I’m reading… Circus Maximus: Race to the Death by Annelise Gray was one of my favourite reads last year so I was … Continue reading

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Reading Matters – children’s book news

Hello and welcome to the last Reading Matters newsletter of the year. Despite the difficulties we have faced in 2021 there is a kindness in the children’s book and education community that makes things easier. Thank you to everyone who … Continue reading

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Reading Matters – children’s book news

Welcome to this week’s round up of all the latest news from the world of children’s books. It’s been another busy week with interviews, end of year books lists and still more events to get involved with. Many congratulations to … Continue reading

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