Children’s Books Ireland is conscious of the profound impact of the pandemic and related school closures on children’s reading, as well as on their mental health and wellbeing, particularly for children from marginalised or disadvantaged communities or those living in difficult circumstances. We are pleased to announce that the ESB Energy for Generations Fund is supporting Children’s Books Ireland .
Children’s Books Ireland and the School of English (Trinity College Dublin) have today announced the recipient of the inaugural Inclusivity Partnership award. The partnership enables researchers to work closely with experts in the area of children’s books to investigate key issues in contemporary publishing for young readers. The recipient, Deirdre Power, is a student from the Masters programme in .
Children’s Books Ireland is calling for expressions of interest to join our board of directors. Three directors have completed their terms and will step down in September 2021, and this is an exciting opportunity to diversify our governing body as we work to support diversity in the children’s literature sector. Children’s Books Ireland is a vibrant, dynamic organisation .
Children’s Books Ireland unveils details of the Bookseed baby book-gifting programme 2021 with a beautiful selection of free books being made available for collection from participating Limerick City and County Library branches from 19 June, 2021. The Bookseed programme is available to families in fourteen areas of Limerick City and County and aims to get parents and guardians reading .
Jane Mitchell, award-winning writer of books for young people, has launched this year’s annual refugee book-reading campaign in partnership with the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR and Children’s Books Ireland. Organised each year to mark World Refugee Day on 20 June, the campaign is an opportunity for children and young people to read some of the extraordinary stories of those .
Children’s Books Ireland is seeking an experienced, dynamic Communications Officer to work on a full-time basis as part of our team. ABOUT CHILDREN’S BOOKS IRELAND: Children’s Books Ireland’s vision is simple: Every Child a Reader. Our mission is: – to inspire a love of reading in children and young people in Ireland, – to share our expertise and enthusiasm .
The winners of the 2021 KPMG Children’s Books Ireland Awards were announced today in a ceremony hosted by broadcaster Rick O’Shea and shared online as part of the International Literature Festival Dublin. Since 1990, these prestigious awards have identified, honoured and promoted excellence in books for young people, and continue to offer a significant opportunity for national and international recognition .
Children’s Books Ireland was proud to participate in the Aspire Celebration and Debate on 21st May 2021, hosted by Rethink Ireland with support from Piquant. The event showcased the work of the seven Arts to Impact Fund Awardees, demonstrated their cultural and social impact, and a panel of guest speakers discussed the right to actively participate in arts and .
Children’s Books Ireland is conducting a survey on the reading habits and attitudes of children and young people. We want young people aged 9+ to tell us about what makes them want to read, what stops them from reading and who influences them to read. What we learn from these surveys will be important in helping us to plan .
Children’s Books Ireland is honoured and proud to receive the Business to Arts Judges’ Special Recognition Award supported by Accenture for a selection of our partnerships. We would like to thank KPMG, Ecclesiastical, An Post, The Community Foundation for Ireland, Brown Bag Films, Rethink Ireland and William Fry for their support and enthusiasm for our projects. These partnerships allow .
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