Children’s Books Ireland can’t wait for our Coven of YA witches Panel at our conference, Belonging, this September. Deirdre Sullivan, Sarah Maria Griffin, and Moïra Fowley-Doyle will be joined in conversation by Mairi Kidd to share their thoughts on feminist novels, rooted in witch craft and Irish history, and why they seem more potent than ever. Deirdre Sullivan is .
Meg Grehan, winner of the Eilís Dillon award from Children’s Books Ireland, is coming to our Conference, Belonging, this year, to speak on our #WeAreThePoets panel. A wonderful new voice on the Irish literary scene, Meg’s work focuses on people and issues that are often left on the side-lines. Her debut novel, the Space Between, in the words of .
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 .
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 .
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