Tagged: Michael Rosen

Unbound crowdfunds Michael Rosen graphic novel

Unbound has launched a crowdfunding campaign to publish a graphic novel adaptation of Michael Rosen’s You’re Thinking About Tomatoes, originally published in 2005 by Barn... Read more

Pictures of the week

Walker Books celebrate 30 years of We're Going on a Bear Hunt in this week's pictures round-up, while Stephen Fry hosts Hay Festival Foundation's annual... Read more

Walker celebrates 30 years of Bear Hunt with 10,000 book giveaway

Walker Books is organising a 10,000-book giveaway of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury, to celebrate the picture book’s 30th anniversary.... Read more

Rosen, Cowell and Baddiel join Hay Festival schools programme

Michael Rosen, Cressida Cowell and David Baddiel are among the children’s writers taking part in Hay Festival’s 2019 schools programme.  Read more

Rosen calls for more children's books coverage after Lollies ignored

Children’s author and professor Michael Rosen has hit out at the mainstream media over the lack of coverage of this year’s Laugh Out Loud Book... Read more

Rosen and Macmillan US to speak at CMC

Michael Rosen, Wonderbly and Macmillan Children’s Books USA are amongst the speakers taking part in this year’s Children’s Media Conference in Sheffield.... Read more

Field up twice for Laugh out Loud Awards

Three of the winners of last year’s Laugh Out Loud Awards (The Lollies) are on the shortlist for the 2018 prizes, chair of the judges... Read more

Smith and Solomon triumph at the Lollies

Books by Jim Smith, Christine Hamill, David Solomons, Kes and Claire Gray and Jim Field have been revealed as the winners of the 2018 Laugh... Read more

Government announces 'hubs' to boost children's literacy

The government will establish 35 country-wide “English hubs” to boost children’s literacy as part of a £5.7m investment. Read more

Authors protest 'axing' of Haringey children's librarians

A group of authors are campaigning against changes to Haringey’s library service with a “day of action” planned for Saturday (9th September). Read more

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