It’s a pretty quiet week here in the Crow’s Nest, as a number of us are currently hard at work at the Frankfurt Book Fair – but it’s also Children’s Book Week, and we’d like to hear how you’re celebrating!
As we wrote last week, we’re very proud to have two titles featured in Booktrust’s 2013 Best Book Guide (launched to coincide with Children’s Book Week) – Weasels by Elys Dolan, and Books Always Everywhere by Jane Blatt and Sarah Massini.
Here’s the (very Children’s Book Week-appropriate) song we made for Books Always Everywhere:
Here’s a look inside the book:
Order Books Always Everywhere online.
Here’s our Weasels’ Workplace Survival Guide – full of useful (and important) tips to succeed in any world domination plans:
Download the Weasels’ Workplace Survival Guide as a PDF
And here’s a look inside the book:
And, because it also feels like a very Children’s Book Week-appropriate thing, here’s the video of 20-month old Amber reciting the story of Pip and Posy: The Super Scooter, which we’ve written about on our blog previously, here.
There are lots of great resources for Children’s Book Week on the Booktrust website – here’s a list of events taking place, here’s a KS2 Writing Lesson Plan, and here’s Booktrust’s list of the 100 best children’s books that every child should read before they’re 14.
Are you doing anything to celebrate children’s books this week? Do let us us know in the comments section underneath this post – and happy Children’s Book Week!