Bookniks: a kids' book festival
Angela Kiverstein previews the annual Bookniks festival of children's books at JW3 on Sunday.
Children's books: Lickable flavours
Explanations abound - from climate control to religious festivals
Children's books: Opening pages
Perfect books to read with your children over Shabbat
Sewing for survival, with a ribbon of hope
Lucy Adlington's new book for teenagers focuses on the seamstresses of Auschwitz
Children's books: Wolves and mummies
Angela Kiverstein's monthly round up of children's books
William Sutcliffe: Imagining Gaza in London
What if the Gaza strip were relocated to Camberwell? Angela Kiverstein meets an author tackling big questions for young adult readers
Book reviews: Children's round up
Angela Kiverstein with the best of the latest children's book releases
Siblings and others
Angela Kiverstein's round up of this month's children's books
Anthony Horowitz: Alex Rider's return
He writes books for adults and children, television and plays. "It’s nice to be writing after 47 books and realising I’m not drying up, I’m getting better,” Anthony Horowitz tells Angela Kiverstein.
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