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Planet Picture Book
Writer, translator, mother of two young children. On an adventure to research, read and review picture books from every country in the world.
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Planet Picture Book Aug 3
The Wolf in Underpants: ‘a sly, societal commentary cleverly disguised as a book for children.’
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Scribe Publications Aug 2
Applications are still open for the Managing Editor role at Scribble! In light of the recent circumstances in Victoria you now have until Thursday 6 August to apply. Details at:
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Book Island Jul 26
I've learnt so much from Nils Pieters's video about the creative process behind Fox&Goldfish! Watch this video if you'd like to see lots of original roughs and find out about his inspiration, such as the painting below by :
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Planet Picture Book Aug 1
Replying to @smithsmm
So enjoying browsing everyone's choices! Here are mine today.
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Planet Picture Book Aug 1
'There is a sea of safe, but the good books that help us explore emotion, help us experience events and situations far beyond our own lives, are still far and few between.' Julia Marshall of Gecko Press on being brave in publishing
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#WorldKidLit, 🌍Lit for the Young in Translation🍂 Jul 31
Replying to @IBBYINT @SAHM_UK
“Akbar’s India” - the life of Akbar told in 8 fabulous paintings - a chapter book with lots of can-you-find-this-in-the-paintings activities - “A very useful and stimulating resource” - Pam Dix ()
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Translators Aloud Jul 30
**CALL FOR CHILDREN'S / YA LIT SUBMISSIONS** September is month, and here at we'd love to share your readings of translated children's and YA literature. Please RT and share widely.🌎📚
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Guardian Books Jul 29
‘Utterly joyful’ Look Up! wins Waterstones children's book of the year
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Planet Picture Book Jul 30
Meanwhile, the Green Sheep is at least 1.5 m away scrupulously washing its hooves with soap and water.
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Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp 🇪🇺 🌍 Jul 29
⭐New feature on blog: monthly round-up of reviews and news ⭐ Links to book reviews by , , @publishersweekly, , book tips from & , new books out in Aug & more...
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Planet Picture Book Jul 27
. talks poetry and translation with Emma Wright and reads some of the many pieces he has written and/or translated.
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#WorldKidLit, 🌍Lit for the Young in Translation🍂 Jul 25
We have launched an Insta! See our first bookstagram review here, by one of 's mysterious children...:
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#WorldKidLit, 🌍Lit for the Young in Translation🍂 Jul 22
Hear from award-winning Indian translators Jerry Pinto and about translating children's literature into the mother tongue... Can you relate?
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ALIA Graphic Novels and Comics Jul 24
Replying to @ALIAGraphic
Raina Telgemeier's Guts wins Best Publication for Kids and Mariko Tamaki and Rosemary Valero-O’Connell's Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me wins Best Publication for Teens.
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Planet Picture Book Jul 24
Replying to @ClaireStorey16
Oh, I look forward to that!
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Planet Picture Book Jul 24
Replying to @ClaireStorey16
Thank you 😊 I believe you've read this collection recently, too!
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Planet Picture Book Jul 23
Never a dull moment in this collection of comics by French-Ivorian writer Marguerite Abouet, vibrantly illustrated by Mathieu Sapin and tr. by Judith Taboy and Marie Bédrune
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Children's Bookshelf Jul 17
The New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Awards and corresponding ceremony have been canceled, due to complications arising from the pandemic
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Planet Picture Book Jul 20
‘I’m not trying to say that all books should have a message or make you think, but rather that a book is a living thing that has more significance because it is shared and interpreted.’ Fascinating interview with Raùl Guridi
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Lawrence Schimel Jul 18
Nice review from PUBLISHERS WEEKLY of my translation of THE DAY SAIDA ARRIVED written by Susana Gómez Redondo, illustrated by Sonja Wimmer, and forthcoming from Press. :)
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