Tag Archives: Children’s Books

Paddington Bear to take over The British Library with exclusive exhibition

Paddington Bear is taking over the British Library this summer with the launch of a special, family-friendly exhibition celebrating 60 years of one of the world’s most beloved bears. Paddington: The Story of a Bear will run at the library from July 9th to October 31st with an exhibitions spanning …

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Making sound waves | “Tonies has got to the heart of what a generation of parents has been looking for”

For a company with high expectations, Tonies continues to surprise itself. The German-born audio toy platform has never been quiet about its plans for the UK and international market, not since its emergence on the scene only a few years ago. But it never expected success on the scale it …

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White noise and nature sounds replace stories as Tonies makes sleeping aid sector debut

Tonies, the audio story-telling platform, is expanding its library beyond books and play to launch a new line of sleeping-aid developed to lull babies to sleep. The new Sleepy Time Tonies feature a range of soothing sounds to help little ones wind down, including gentle lullabies, relaxing nature sounds, and …

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World Book Day | Words’ worth: Rubie’s on the importance of inspiring the nation’s young readers

It didn’t take a global pandemic to facilitate the manner of changes to have taken place at the dress-up and costumes specialist, Rubie’s, over the course of the last 12 months – but it certainly did help. Having ended 2020 – the year of the great halt – considerably stronger …

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Rubies secures partnership with World Book Day to promote the benefits of reading

Rubies has secured an official partnership with the World Book Day charity and its annual event developed to change lives through a love of books and shared reading. The new collaboration is founded on Rubies’ own global experience of delivering best-in-class costumes and accessories as a trusted manufacturer of licensed …

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Hornby partners with Macmillan Children’s Books to celebrate Adventure on Trains series new release

Hornby has struck up an official partnership with Macmillan Children’s Books to celebrate the publication of Kidnap on the California Comet, the second title in the book publisher’s Adventures on Trains series. To celebrate, Hornby is hosting a dedicated page on its website where visitors can meet the authors, read …

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Artist formerly known for prints: Laurence King Publishing is settling into the children’s games sector

From specialist publisher of art and design books, to a top pick of the independent retailers plugging into the ‘make and do’ market, and a growing name in the children’s games and gifts sector, Laurence King’s reputation is a steadily flourishing one. For a company that “stumbled into the children’s …

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World Book Day: The Entertainer launches the Big Book Rehoming campaign with The Salvation Army

The high street toy retailer, The Entertainer is encouraging kids and families to read together this World Book Day with the launch of its Big Book Rehoming initiative, its charity drive that will aim to support the one in 11 children from disadvantaged homes in the UK who don’t own …

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Egmont launches petition to bring storytime into the national curriculum

Egmont has called for daily storytime to be made a statutory part of the school curriculum for key stages one and two, following a study that has revealed that children’s comprehension of reading suffers without it. The petition has been put forward by Munira Wilson, MP for Twickenham in an …

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Beano partners with World Book Day to support its Share A Million Stories campaign

Beano has partnered with World Book Day this March 5 to support its Share A Million Stories campaign for a special edition, one-off comic strip titled A Million Stories in One. The special strip sees Dennis reading and mashing up classic children’s tales to entertain Bea and Gnasher all in …

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