Category Archives: Ages 6-8 years

Zubert – by Charlie Sutcliffe

Released by Tate Publishing in 2013, Zubert is a picture book so rich in detail that it almost defies definition. It joins a growing number of books in the picture book genre in which words are superfluous, but which nevertheless … Continue reading

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Archie’s Unbelievably Freaky Week – by Andrew Norriss, illustrated by Hannah Shaw

They’re back in another lol book: the accident prone Archie Coates with a gift for getting into scrapes, Cyd, the omniscient friend with a gift for sorting things out and Archie’s Mum, the maternal Victor Meldrew who despairingly refuses to … Continue reading

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The Onion’s Great Escape – by Sara Fanelli

The Onion’s Great Escape, the latest children’s book written by the gifted and multi-award winning artist, Sara Fanelli and published by Phaidon, is not just one picture book; rather like the onion which it depicts, it is actually several layered … Continue reading

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Charles Dickens: A Lifetime of Storytelling; A Legacy of Change

Published by Templar and written by Catherine Wells-Cole, this detailed book is a cornucopia of information which will satisfy even the most inquisitive young mind. It forms part of Templar’s Historical Notebook series.  

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