Monthly Archives: February 2008
The Horn Book blog has a piece on the International Digital Children’s Library, a non profit organization who have digitized various gems so that they can be viewed byÂ a wider audience. Whilst it is open access, you can’t fully … Continue reading
The BBC show on Mervyn Peake has just been out forward to March 5th according the Sebastian Peake’s blog.
Should creators necessarily listen to fans and adjust creations according to comments? io9 (via Holly Black) has a piece on the art of fan husbandry in response to Russell Davies comments that he doesn’t want to listen to fans so … Continue reading
Booktrust, the charity set up to encourage reading, commissioned a poll of the best children’s books for the government backed Bookstart, according to the Times. C.S Lewis’s Narnia tops the polls with the ubiquitous J.K. Rowling coming in at number … Continue reading
David Fickling, the excellent publisher of children’s books, is launching a new comic according to the Independent. Philip Pullman will be writing a strip called “The Adventures of John Blake”. Not sure who else is joining in yet. You can … Continue reading