The World of Dr Seuss

  This slideshow features some gorgeous art from the hugely talented and, in my opinion, little appreciated Dr Seuss. Really, I know his work is still in demand and all but how often do we pause to think of him as the gifted and surprising artist he was? I always adored his books and theContinue reading “The World of Dr Seuss”

Children’s classic fiction – the favourites, part 1

Today, in light of my recent post on the Vintage Children’s Reading Challenge, I want to do a whistle-stop tour of some of my favourite classic books and their authors. Just thinking back to these wonderful childhood reads got me all misty-eyed and nostalgic. Some of these books might be new to you but someContinue reading “Children’s classic fiction – the favourites, part 1”

Vintage Children’s Literature Reading Challenge 2013

Following on from my previous post about missing out on reading Tove Jansson as a child I came across this challenge on my fellow blogger Kayleigh’s post a world of words. Now I’m not usually the sort of person to rush into things but, being book related (and children’s book related at that), I rushedContinue reading “Vintage Children’s Literature Reading Challenge 2013”

Uncle Montague’s Tales of Terror

On my reading table at the moment is Chris Priestley’s highly entertaining and spooky read Uncle Montague’s Tales of Terror. I’ve been meaning to get round to reading this one for a while, too long really as there are now more in the series to catch up with. The book can be read as aContinue reading “Uncle Montague’s Tales of Terror”