Occasionally I feel a little threadbear myself, not to mention washed out. But I’ve never featured in a Mick Inkpen book.
Here, 25 years on from his first appearance, we have Threadbear again, the slightly worn bear with no squeak. 116 more words
I can’t even begin to describe what a find this beautiful book is! It was published in 2015, so it’s relatively new, but my goodness I can see these books becoming collectors classics very quickly. 340 more words
Welcome to the new segment of stories on A Little Thing Called.. this time its all about stories. Whilst this strand will look at mainly at the world of books, it will also go into different strands of stories such as stories in music videos, songwriters, film, television etc. 422 more words
Some of what we’ve been reading and re-reading the last couple of weeks.
Kipper’s Book of Opposites by Mick Inkpen, 1994. Red Wagon Books (Harcourt Brace & Company). 1,211 more words