By Debbie Julia Donaldson has today been crowned as the new Children’s Laureate. Gleanings from the children’s literati on Facebook
By Erin On the blog this week– an update of our busy lives: Garden Party at Maria’s We have just
by Ghada As graduate students we are encouraged to “broaden our horizons” which entails venturing beyond our specific focus areas.
by Lauren Defined only by what it is not, non-fiction for children is seen as the poor relation in books.
Posted by Debbie 8.00: After checking out from the hotel, we head to the conference, taking in kaffee and boller
From Thursday 7th to Sunday 10th, six of the CCLS, and Maria, are in Oslo for the 2011 ‘Child and
by Debbie Children’s author Julia Donaldson has said ‘no’ to an ebook version of her bestseller, The Gruffalo. The picturebook
by Debbie For Shaun Tan, it’s a tale of two awards. Last month an Oscar, no less, for his short
by Clémentine A Durham University Modern Languages undergraduate I tutor has been set an interesting collection of texts for her
by Ghada Al-Yaqout A Bump In the Road Until last October I was ‘diligently’ [:)] in research mode. I was