Children’s Books Ireland takes lockdown lessons in its stride to reach readers nationwide

Children’s Books Ireland takes lockdown lessons in its stride to reach readers nationwide

Ireland's schools and libraries may have been closed during lockdown, but the nine-strong team at Children's Books Ireland (CBI) has bee "busier than ever”, according to c.e.o. Elaina Ryan (pictured).

In many ways, the lockdown could not have struck at a worse time for the organisation: 2020 marked the first year with professional services network KPMG on board as the headline sponsor of the CBI Book of the Year Awards. It is also CBI’s first year as a recipient of Ecclesiastical Insurance’s Movement for Good Award, which will see the financial services company put £50,000 over three years...

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