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What is children's literature?

Anyone who writes down to children is simply wasting his time. You have to write up, not down. . . . Some writers for children deliberately avoid using words they think a child doesn’t know. 1,255 more words

Young Adult Books

Adorable Zombie Story for the Ankle-Biters

Check out the little adorable book that’s been making a splash at the San-Diego Comic Con: Jack and the Zombie Attack! This cute little book was written by Chris and Amy Hernandez for their son, Jack. 24 more words


Comfort reading: what's your guilty pleasure?

I’m sure we’re all familiar with comfort reading and its heart-warming qualities. It’s a bookworms’ equivalent to settling down with a nice cup of tea and switching on your favourite television programme; your guilty pleasure when you know you have a million other things you… 436 more words


Dog Days of School

Dog Days of School written by Kelly DiPucchio and illustrated by Braian Biggs (2014)

Charlie is tired of going to school. One night he sees a star and wishes he was a dog…  And in the morning, he realized his wish came true! 267 more words

Picture Book Reviews

Interrupting Chicken

Interrupting Chicken written and illustrated by David Ezra Stein (2010)

Papa only agrees to read Little Chicken a story if he doesn’t interrupt. But that seems impossible, with every story Papa reads, Little Chicken interrupts at a critical point. 248 more words

Picture Book Reviews

Marilla Cuthbert Was A Creepy Church Hag : C+S Book Club

If you’re Canadian, imaginative, bookwormish, or red-headed, chances are at some point you read and loved Anne of Green Gables. Published in 1908, Lucy Maud Montgomery’s story is a timeless tale of orphans and family and imagination and screwing up your hair and dreams and getting your friend drunk by accident and Canada and Canadians and will they/won’t they romance and child-buying. 1,467 more words


The Author's Den at The Secret Garden of Stories: Meet Jon Mayhew and Lydia Monks

There’s a month to go until The Secret Garden of Stories, The Reader Organisation’s first ever Children’s Literature Festival gets underway – we can’t wait to share lots of stories, create some brilliant bookish crafts, play games and have lots more fun. 599 more words

The Reader Organisation