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Pages for Power and Protest: Reflection on the IBBY UK Conference 2023
Maria Jarero shares a short reflection on IBBY UK's 'Pages for Power and Protest' Conference, held on 11 November, 2023.
The Power of Stories: Reflections on the IBBY Congress 2022 – part 4
Reflections at the end of four years as part of the EC...
The Power of Stories: Reflections on the IBBY Congress 2022 – part 3
IBBY is responsible for some of the most significant awards in the world of children’s books and, every two years, these prestigious awards are presented to the winners at the congress.
The Power of Stories: Reflections on the IBBY Congress 2022 – part 2
Celebrating the work of Malaysian authors and illustrators as part of the 38th IBBY World Congress in Putrajaya, Malaysia.
The Power of Stories: Reflections on the IBBY Congress 2022 – part 1
Sophie Hallam attended the 38th IBBY World Congress in Putrajaya, Malaysia, from 4-9 September. In this series of blogs, she shares her experience at the congress and reflections on her final term on IBBY’s Executive Committee (EC).
An Interview with Yu Rong
Today, we're talking to the acclaimed, award-winning British-Chinese children's picture-book illustrator Yu Rong who is now at home in a village close to Cambridge with her husband, three children and their dog Captain Sniff.
María Cristina Ramos: The Woman Who Rhymes Silence
Argentinian author and educator María Cristina Ramos has the uncanny ability to give words to silence.
IBBY UK Disability Selection – a selector’s experience
2023 IBBY Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities selection process.
Blog-end to the Series for the HCA 2022
Evelyn Arizpe has written this entry to bookend or ‘blog-end’ the series on the nominees for the Hans Christian Andersen Award 2022.
Nelson Cruz: Brazilian Illustrator and HCAA Nominee
Deviation, subversion, transgression, provocation. All of these terms may be used to refer to the work and trajectory of illustrator-author Nelson Cruz.
Ivar Da Coll: HCAA Nominee
Ivar Da Coll’s exploration of childhood and his ceaseless visual experimentation have made a long-lasting contribution to Colombian children’s literature and to the development of the picturebook genre in Colombia.
Tohby Riddle: An Advocator for Multiliteracies
Tohby Riddle's work is best summed up by its paradoxes. It can be soulful and funny; simple and complex, educational and entertaining. Always beautiful.