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Santa Claus is coming to the library!

The Enosburgh Public Library welcomes Santa Claus, Thursday, December 18, 6:00-7:30 p.m.  Join us for photos, hot chocolate, and a gift for everyone!

We hope to see you there! 11 more words


Children's Start-Ups: Long-lasting Trail-blazers or Unsustainable Novelties?

By Amy 

This summer Lost My Name, a Children’s publishing start-up, received a record investment in BBC’s Dragon’s Den. The company’s entrepreneurial foursome achieved a £100,000 investment for just 4% of their business, giving the business a valuation of £2.5 million. 605 more words


David Walliams' Success: A Couple of Perspectives, a Lot of Love!

By Amy & Sundeep


If you’re a follower of Children’s Book Chat on Twitter (you should be! David is, and we’re great: @childrenschat) you’ve probably seen that yesterday I met the very lovely David Walliams at his Waterstones Piccadilly book signing. 655 more words


From the pages of a book to the World

It has never been easy for me. Ever since I can remember I have been adapting to change. When I was a kid, my family and I would move every three years to another part of the world. 246 more words


Picture Book Picks: Wintry Reads

There’s just something so welcoming about winter-themed picture books!

Stories about polar bears, penguins and other winter creatures; stories about the changes of the season; stories about playing in the snow, going sledding, snuggling up by a roaring fire… 209 more words

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Around the World in 30 Books

By Amanda

Cushioned between two rolling hills in Northern Ireland is a little girl in a little house. It’s dark now and, when The Very Hungry Caterpillar… 336 more words


Let Books Be Books

By Sundeep

I have recently come across a new campaign online which is targeted towards gender stereotyping, particularly for children. There are two ongoing petitions which have been linked together; Let Toys be Toys and Let Books be Books. 209 more words