Monthly Archives: March 2014

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A Monster Calls – the film

Film rights have now been agreed for the production of A Monster Calls, and with Juan Antonio Bayona as director. Read more here, on Collider . . .

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Kate Greenaway shortlist

Where My Wellies Take Me, illustrated by Olivia Lomenech Gill has now been chosen for the shortlist for the Greenaway Medal. This is a much deserved position to be in given the quality of the work and the dedication Olivia … Continue reading

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The Art of John Harris

We now have the slipcase collectors’ edition (left) and hardback covers for the new book of John’s art. It’s not published until 30th May 2014 but can be pre-ordered on Amazon (who are still using the wrong cover on their … Continue reading

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The Art of Ian Miller

Ian Miller will be signing copies of his new artbook at the Forbidden Planet shop in London at 1.00 on Saturday, 22nd March. You can find the real cover on Amazon, but here are a few of the other early … Continue reading

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The Art of Fred Gambino

Here are the fabulous covers of the standard and the slipcase editions of the forthcoming book of Fred‘s work, The Art of Fred Gambino, The Dark Shepherd. Publication is in July but you can pre-order on Amazon now. Produced by … Continue reading

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Bugs and Stars

These two wonderful books, both full of facts for children, have been nominated for the UK School Library Association awards. Congratulations to Jim Kay for Bugs, and for Neal Layton for The Story of Stars. If there are any of … Continue reading

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