Amidst the wealth of online resources at our fingertips about children’s and YA books — favourite blogs, author websites, nerdy bookclubs, twitter streams and newspaper pages, there is still a place for structured, objective, comprehensive and reliable review journals.more
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Like Mary Poppins’ magical carpet bag, this Gecko Press Annual, edited by Kate De Goldi and Susan Paris, is a virtual bag of tricks — you can open the pages and discover, seemingly endlessly, one surprising delight after another.more
Index New Zealand (INNZ) is a searchable database, which contains abstracts and descriptions of articles from about 1,000 New Zealand periodicals and newspapers. It includes some from earlier in the 20 century right up to and including the present day.more
The 19th World Book Day (WBD) in the UK was on the 3 March this year, so it has been and gone. But, the WBD website is still available and has a cornucopia of resources — for teachers, librarians, students, families and booksellers.more