Irish Arts Center (NYC) and Children’s Books Ireland announce a call for proposals for workshops to be led by an author and/or illustrator from Ireland for the 4th Annual Rí Rá Festival of Literature to be held in New York City on June 2nd, 2019. For the past three years Irish Arts Center and Children’s Books Ireland have worked together .
CBI Book of the Year Shadowing Scheme FAQS We’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions, to help those considering registering for shadowing. More information on the shadowing Scheme can be found here. You can download the registration form here, and a FAQ document here. Does Children’s Books Ireland (CBI) provide the books for shadowing groups to read? .
CBI are delighted to announce broadcaster Rick O’Shea as the Shadowing Champion of the CBI Book of the Year Awards 2019. Rick O’Shea has hosted the CBI Book of the Year Awards for the past three years and has long been a supporter of Irish authors and illustrators. In his new role as CBI Shadowing Champion, he will help .
The CBI Shadowing Scheme is a unique programme for schools and libraries, designed to encourage awareness and enjoyment of the CBI Book of the Year Awards. We are delighted to announce that the 2019 Shadowing Scheme is now open for registration. Participating classes and junior book clubs make their own selection of suitable titles from the books shortlisted for .
Ho! Ho! Ho! And Merrrrrry Christmas from CBI! With the Late Late Toy Show on tonight, we thought we’d talk about Christmas children’s books! Here’s some suggestions for new festive picturebooks to share with your loved ones this Christmas.
It is with great delight we announce the shortlist for this year’s Robert Dunbar Memorial Libraries. The shortlistees are: Primary Schools St Vincent de Paul Primary School, Belfast O’Callaghan Mills National School, Clare Ballinspittle National School, Cork St Pauls Nursery and Primary School, Derry Balbriggan Educate Together NS, Dublin Holywell Educate Together NS, Dublin Dublin 7 Educate Together .
This week at CBI, we have a guest blog courtesy of Shona Leahy! Shona attended #ProperBookGalway at Baboró International Arts Festival for Children last weekend and has some tips for people looking to write or illustrate picturebooks!
Children’s Books Ireland’s yearly conference “Dreams and Nightmares” took place last month and it was my first time attending. I have been interning with CBI since mid-May and was at the conference as the team’s “official” Instagram reporter. It is safe to say that I thoroughly enjoyed covering the event and unleashing my inner “instagal” (the things we do .
CALL OUT FOR ARTISTS Children’s Books Ireland in partnership with Poetry Ireland are delighted to announce details of our Events for All training. We are looking for children’s writers, illustrators, poets and storytellers who are interested in delivering events for children and young people with Autism. We aim to provide authors, illustrators, poets and storytellers with the necessary training .
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