On May 23rd Liz Page, IBBY’s Executive Director, will speak about the work of IBBY in promoting international understanding through children’s books. This will be followed by a General Meeting at which all are welcome, details about the meeting can be found here.
Over the coming months we would like to introduce you to some of our auxillary team, who support Children’s Books Ireland and the work we do nationwide. First up is one of our fantastic Book Doctors, Louise Gallagher, who we asked to pop into the office for an informal Q&A (that’s her in the photo, holding a classic title .
The CBI Book of the Year Award shortlist is here!
Nine titles will compete for the CBI Book of the Year Awards 2016, the most prestigious awards for children’s books in Ireland.
CBI is delighted to be working on two new bookclub partnership this year with RTEJr and Swipe TV!
Are you a young reader? Looking for a new series to delve into? Feeling uninspired by your bookshelves at home? Do you need a prescription for an exciting new read? Then pop along to the Book Clinic!
Too many stockings to fill, too many books to choose from and too little time? Here are some of the books that put stars in our reviewers’ eyes this year from picturebooks to hard-hitting YA via info and activity titles (click on the links for the full review):
To help us all navigate the Christmas tide, Inis magazine asked two of its passionate contributors (Debbie Thomas and Liz Morris) to round up books that help talk about the plight of refugees the world over.
Now that December is finally here, the long, lovely wait can begin. To keep you and your young book-lovers amused, excited and amazed over the next few weeks, we at Inis towers have put together this selection of excellent titles that celebrate in various ways the joys and wonders of the season.
Choosing a college or apprenticeship, cracking up over a CAO form, careering from one career choice to another – it’s that nervous rite of passage as students from Transition Year to Sixth Year begin planning their post-secondary lives.