Clémentine Beauvais is Coming to CBI’s Conference!

Clémentine Beauvais, the multi-award-winning French novelist and literary translator, is speaking at Children’s Books Ireland’s Conference, Belonging, this September. From her mystery series, Sesame Seade, to her most recent romance novel, In Paris with You, Clémentine has demonstrated an incredibly versatile voice that not only speaks to a wide range of age groups, but also moves between languages. Having .

CBI Are So Excited To Have Anna Carey Coming To Our Conference!

Anna Carey, the award-winning author of the Rebecca series, will be interviewing Celia Rees at Children’s Books Ireland’s conference, Belonging, this September. Though she started her career as a journalist, Anna has more than shown herself to be a talented author whose books tell compelling stories of young teenage girls finding their own voice and place in the world .

CBI Shortlisted for two Allianz Business to Arts Awards

Children’s Books Ireland is thrilled to announce we have been shortlisted in two categories at the Allianz Business to Arts Awards –  best small sponsorship for our ‘Family Hubs Libraries’ project with the Coca-Cola Ireland Thank You Fund, and the Judges’ Special Recognition Award for Portfolio of Investment category for our portfolio of book gifting projects –  ‘Bookbag’ with Brown Bag Films; ‘BOLD .

CBI at Pride & New LGBTQ+ Reading List

Children’s Books Ireland are thrilled to be taking part in Pride Month this year, and to be promoting diversity and acceptance in children’s literature. We look forward to seeing lots of young readers and their families at Pride Village 2019, at Merrion Square in Dublin, where we will be running our Children’s Books Ireland Book Clinic from 14:15 to .

CBI and Tyrone Guthrie Centre Bursary Awards for Mid-Career Children’s Books Artists

Children’s Books Ireland and the Tyrone Guthrie Centre are pleased to announce an opportunity for three artists to avail of a week-long residency each, to take place in late 2019. These bursaries are designed specifically for mid-career children’s books authors or illustrators. While several schemes exist to support emerging and debut artists, these bursaries exist to support more experienced, .

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