WLTB Meets Phil Earle
Anna chats to Phil about his new middle grade book Demolition Dad.
Last year I had the pleasure of illustrating Daddy’s Sandwich, written by Pip Jones and published by Faber and Faber. It is my first book with Faber and it’s my favorite work to date.
Today I want to talk about role models. Whether we like it or not, children seek role models that they can empathise with and are most similar to them.
Editor Anna chats to Jennifer Niven about her first YA book that was published in January, All the Bright Places (Penguin, £7.99).
Sisters Laura and Lucy are only 21 months apart in age.
On Tuesday 5th May we hosted a Google Hangout with YA Prize winning author Louise O’Neill.
Sales of 80 million copies in 50 countries worldwide. The inspiration for three critically acclaimed movies in its native Sweden.
I do not remember a time when I wasn’t stuck in the back of this car in the hot sun – a car, I might add, with no air con and with windows that barely work – waiting for Jared to be ready.
I recently read a few snippets of my childhood diary.
Below you can read extracts from all six books on this year's Baileys Prize shortlist (presented in alphabetical order). We would love to know what you make of them, let us know in the co
Clare Carson is the author of new thriller Orkney Twilight. She tells us a bit more about where the idea for the book came from and about her writing life.