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Always look to the future

Vanessa Harbour shares how being disabled has allowed her to achieve her dream of being a writer.   Read more

Reflecting Realities: why so surprised? An open letter from a small press

In light of the Reflecting Realities report, Katrina Gutierrez explains how the industry can better support small presses working to increase representation in children's books.... Read more

'You don’t need to be a superhero to change the world'

Author Angie Thomas on why she is "tired of talking about racism", but hopeful for the future. Read more

Why CLPE's Reflecting Realities project matters

The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education's chief executive explains why it is launching the UK's first survey of ethnic representation in children’s literature.... Read more

No Room on the Broom

Watch Axel Scheffler tackle Brexit in his acceptance speech for The British Book Awards' inaugural Illustrator of the Year Award. Read more

Finding a home for everyone

BookTrust's c.e.o Diana Gerald explains the challenges of finding books that appeal to children of every background. Read more

A family affair

Julia Eccleshare, chair of the Branford Boase Award judging panel, shares what this year's submissions can tell us about current trends in children's fiction publishing.... Read more

Calm down everybody - it’s just World Book Day!

Award winning children’s author Ali Sparkes reflects on ten years of World Book Day. Read more

Teach, first

Shapes' Jenny Baldwin shares her advice on how publishers can work more effectively with schools. Read more

Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic

The V&A's Emma Laws examines A A Milne's creative partnership with illustrator E H Shepard as the V&A's "Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic" exhibition opens.... Read more

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