Posted 17 August 2016
Nat Luurtsema's first ever YA novel, Girl Out of Water introduces us to the book's heroine, Lou Brown.
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Posted 1 August 2016
After six months as Writer in Residence, Phil Earle hands over the reins in his final vlog
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Posted 29 July 2016
Ahead of YALC this weekend, author Philip Reeve talks about loving fantasy books as a child, not having a YA genre when he was younger and being inspired by trashy...
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Posted 12 July 2016
We look at the differences of children's books compared to the film adaptations.
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Posted 7 July 2016
The English language is vast, but there’s always room for more – so take a bow, Roald Dahl, who made up these words you’ll soon be raring to use.
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Posted 4 July 2016
BookTrust consultant Alex Strick meets author Faye Bird to talk about her new protagonist Tessie, who has selective mutism.
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Posted 18 June 2016
It's Independent Bookshop Week: the perfect time to dash to your local and load up on books. But how will you carry all the new purchases home? With these book...
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Posted 31 May 2016
How she became enthralled by the Norse sagas, her favourite mythic children's books, and her first book for teens, The Monstrous Child.
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Posted 26 May 2016
Alice might be a character that everyone knows, but you can still find lots of incredible facts about the world of Lewis Carroll.
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Posted 20 May 2016
See some great illustrations in support of Bath, Book, Bed
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