Tag Archives: children

Donate a Book to a Worthwhile Cause #MARCHingBookstoKids #PBPiO

We are delighted to be donating a book to the Visiting Nurse Services of Iowa Storybook Project. This March, a signed copy of ‘The Slapstyx’ will be winging its way across the pond for parents (and grandparents) in prison to read … Continue reading

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The Gateway Opens #kidlit #dreamdeeply

The button opened like a great big eye. Inside was a spinning kaleidoscope of forest foliage, which spread out rapidly in a circle. Everything around it – trees, fungus, beer cans, Tracy, the stone itself – rose up and formed … Continue reading

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Quote Challenge Day 2: Albert Einstein

“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” – Albert Einstein He might have been a nutty professor, but he did have some … Continue reading

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All Work and No Play

The humans have a saying, ‘All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’. I’m not sure who Jack is, but there’s certainly something in that saying. The trouble is, most humans don’t know how to play. Why is … Continue reading

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Midwinter Myths

At this time of year, humans think the fairies are spying on children to see if they’re being naughty. I’m not supposed to tell you this, but the fairies have far more important things to do in midwinter than dob … Continue reading

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