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I always like to leave a list of great new children’s books on my main page at the end of July, because MinervaReads doesn’t blog in ..read more
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In recent years, many a children’s author has been inspired to write a story influenced by the movement of refugees across the globe. ..read more
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Ever since The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and probably even before, primary school children have been enthralled with the life cycle of the ..read more
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I may read children’s books (as every adult should), but I write my reviews of them for adults – interested librarians, schoolteachers ..read more
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Drones over airports, artificial intelligence making human work obsolete, new kinds of warfare. Whatever it is that keeps you awake at ..read more
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July 20th 2019 is the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Along with a myriad of events to celebrate, including an exhibition at the ..read more
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Is it Love Island that perpetuates the non-stop pre-occupation with looks, eating and fitness? Or the sense that Insta is feeding into our ..read more
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With the Christian Dior and Mary Quant exhibitions at the V&A in London, and an increasing awareness of the dangers of disposable ..read more
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‘There aren’t too many of us left, and it would be a shame if our stories died with us.’ There is an abundance of adult’s and ..read more
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I Really Want to Win by Simon Philip, illustrated by Lucia GaggFollowing on from the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize shortlisted I ..read more

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