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Posted by Tom, January 3, 2012

Nosy Crow one of The Independent’s publishing icons of 2011

Nosy Crow has been profiled by The Independent as one of “the book folk who wrote glorious chapters in 2011”. Liz Thomson writes:

“The books are terrific and include Pip and Posy, a new series from Axel Scheffler … Wilson herself was named Most Inspirational Business Mum at the Mumpreneur UK Awards. But it’s the apps which have stolen the show. First was The Three Little Pigs, which allows young readers to blow down the pigs’ houses. Then came Cinderella, in which kids can help Cinders clean the kitchen and choose her dress. Out this week is Bizzy Bear on the Farm, which allows tots to drive a tractor, make a horse gallop, feed chicks and play in each scene, helping with farm chores.”