Published: Fri 8th April 2022
The Annual Page Turner Awards are hunting for writers aged 18-25 to share their work and writing experiences.
By Paula Sheridan | Guest Blog, Kids
Published: Thu 7th April 2022
Non-fiction author Martin Howard has created us an exclusive writing challenge, there's even an exciting giveaway to stay entertained over Easter
By Martin Howard | Activities, Author, Easter, Family, Holiday activities, Illustrator, Kids
Published: Tue 5th April 2022
We’ve got the family covered this year! Check out our bumper Easter blog packed full of activities and Easter fun
By Luke Chapman | Activities, Easter, Family, Holiday activities, Kids, Parents
Published: Fri 1st April 2022
Children's author Lissa Evans has shared her top tips on funny writing to help you develop your own comedic writing skills
By Lissa Evans | Author, Family, Guest Blog, Kids, Writing Tips
Join Young Writers and Gareth Peter on Dinosaur Street with this exclusive guest blog to celebrate the book's release and find out how it was conceived
By Gareth Peter | Author, Family, Guest Blog, Kids, Parents
Published: Thu 24th March 2022
Introducing Molly, our smiling Customer Care Advisor offering a hand to anyone with questions
By Luke Chapman | Meet the team
Published: Sun 20th March 2022
Support your pupils in creating original characters for their Bonkers Monsters stories with these handy ideas!
By Luke Chapman | Activities, Competitions, Kids, SPaG Monsters, Teachers, Top Tips
Published: Wed 16th March 2022
12-year-old Grace dives into the question of 'fiction or not?'. Grace shares her thoughts on fiction and whether we should spend our time on it!
By Grace Warrior | Guest Blog, Kids
Published: Wed 9th March 2022
"Yesterday Crumb and the Storm in a Teacup" children's author Andy Sagar shares his top writing tips for magical stories...
By Andy Sagar | Activities, Author, Kids, Top Tips, Writing Tips, Guest Blog
Published: Mon 7th March 2022
Let’s dive into the most iconic historical fictional villains through time. Perfect to inspire writing and develop all angles of any story.
By Luke Chapman | Competitions, Kids, Teachers