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5, 4, 3, 2, 1 ZOOM! This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is themed on Space Chase. Librarians across the country are counting ..read more
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In a recent guest blog post for The Picture Book Den, author Timothy Knapman included an image that he recalled from his childhood. The ..read more
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Behind the scenes with acclaimed book designer, Ness Wood. In this guest blog post, Ness looks at the processes involved in designing Sam ..read more
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I am hugely proud to introduce debut picture book illustrator Augusta Kirkwood. Especially proud since her debut picture book, 'Daddy ..read more
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I have this image stuck in my mind: just one book on a lonely bookshelf, occupying pride of place. A precious resource. The key to so ..read more
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Moira Butterfield was one of our Picture Book Den co-founders, and has recently been writing lots of highly-illustrated non-fiction for age ..read more
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Many people will have read about the protests outside two primary schools in Birmingham recently, with protesters arguing against the ..read more
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It’s my 20 year anniversary as a published writer - a poem in Tony Bradman’s anthology appeared in 1999, and my first picture book text ..read more
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As a child I watched far too much TV. There was a show called Tales of the Riverbank. The stars of the films were real animals, who were ..read more
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In both my role as a Children's Author, and my role as a Speech and Language Therapist, I regularly visit primary schools and nurseries.   ..read more

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