Snatchabook nominated for California Young Reader Medal 2017-2018

Snatchabook US coverWe are incredibly honoured that The Snatchabook has been nominated for this prestigious award. Click on the image to find out more!

Between now and April 1st 2017, school children across the state of California will be voting for their favourite books.

Fingers crossed for Eliza and the Snatchabook…

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The Knight Who Wouldn’t Fight draws a crowd at the Good Life Experience in North Wales

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The Knight Who Wouldn’t Fight is launched!

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Launch 5A great time was had by all at the launch of The Knight Who Didn’t Fight  in Mumbles on Saturday, hosted by our fabulous local indie bookshop, Cover to Cover. Storytelling, live drawing, children’s art activities, book-signing and cake… perfect for a rainy afternoon!

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Snatchabook steals all the books in Rosendale Nursery!

Wanted SnatchabookAll the books in this Lambeth Nursery class have disappeared – who could have taken them?

Click on the poster to visit the Nursery Blog and find out! Scroll down to the week ending April 15 and take a look at some of the brilliant Snatchabook-inspired work the children have done. Don’t forget to watch the video of them investigating the crime scene!

The Snatchabook Pops Up in Hackney

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Pop Up Harrington HillThe Snatchabook and I had lots of fun visiting Harrington Hill and Orchard Primary Schools in Hackney last week through Pop Up. We acted out the story to music composed by Gerry Smith (see the Resources page of my website), and pretended to be Eliza Brown and the Snatchabook. There were lots of great dragons, witches, pirates and princesses, too!