Inis Issue 63

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  • Inis Issue 63


    The July 2021 edition, featuring artwork from Take Off Your Brave: Poems Just For You written by Nadim (aged 4) and illustrated by Yasmeen Ismail

    • Making a difference: Sarah Fitzgerald interviews young American book advocate Marley Dias

    • Being seen: Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan interviews Dapo Adeola about his work and what inspires him

    • The Book Doctor will see you now: a look at the Children’s Books Ireland Book Clinics from 2012 to 2021, highlighting recent changes

    • Transcendent tales: Debbie Thomas talks to the team behind recent award-winning title Why the Moon Travels

    • Mother Tongues: Bernadette Larkin and Mother Tongues founder Dr Francesca La Morgia discuss the importance of culture, books and language.

    • Reviews
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  • Inis Issue 62


    The April 2021 edition, featuring artwork by Chris Haughton from Maybe…

    • Juliette Saumande discuss the brilliant #DrawWithRob campaign with the creator Rob Biddulph.

    • Gráinne Clear takes us through the process of creating a non-fiction title.

    • Chair of this year’s judging panel, Dr Pádraic Whyte, highlights the judging process and this year’s shortlist.

    • Tarraingíonn Sadhbh Devlin aird ar an mbealach ar fhreagraigh na leabharlanna don phaindéim agus conas a lean siad de bheith i dteagmháil leis an bpobal.

    • Dr Mairéad Mooney showcases two Children’s Books Ireland early years projects and discusses their impact.


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  • Inis Issue 61


    The January 2021 edition, featuring artwork by Oliver Jeffers from What We’ll Build: Plans for Our Together Future

    • Ruth Ennis takes us through the first year of the Paper Lanterns journal.

    • CEO Elaina Ryan showcases the process of bringing Children’s Books Ireland’s new Irish language policy to fruition.

    • Sarah Webb discusses creating WonderFest, Ireland’s first online children’s book festival.

    • Author Shane Hegarty teaches us the six lessons he has learned in his career to date.

    • Tarsila Krüse interviews picturebook creator Eva Eland.


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  • Inis Issue 59


    The April 2020 edition, featuring artwork by Mary Murphy from Only a Tree Knows How to Be a Tree 

    • Helen Carr chats to current UK Waterstones Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell

    • Jane O’Hanlon takes a tour of MoLI (Museum of Literature Ireland) with learning manager Jennie Ryan

    • Ciara Ní Bhroin, chair of this year’s judging panel, takes us through each of the shortlisted titles on the KPMG Children’s Books Irelands Awards

    • Conas mar atá an ról mar Scríbhneoir Cónaithe dlr LexIcon ag dul i bhfeidhm ar Sadhbh Devlin

    • Elizabeth Goldrick documents her internship at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art


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  • Inis Issue 56


    The April 2019 edition, featuring artwork by Tatyana Feeney from Eva and the Perfect Rain.

    • Áine Ní Ghlinn, chair of this year’s awards panel,talks us through each of this year’s shortlisted titles

    • Bernadette Larkin, arts and cultural producer, charts her reading journey and highlights some upcoming projects.

    • Debbie Thomas interviews Deborah Soria, the visionary behind the Silent Books: Final Destination Lampedusa project

    • Labhraíonn Gráinne Ní Mhuilneoir faoina ndéantar sa siopa chun tacú le litearthacht agus litríocht na n-óg ó lá go lá

    • Fiona Kearney highlights the story of the Towers and Tales children’s literary festival

    • Tarsila Krüse takes us on a language and illustration adventure from Brazil to Dublin

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  • Inis Issue 55


    The January 2019 edition, featuring artwork by Jennifer Farley from Island of Adventure.

    • Picturebook creator Niamh Sharkey interviews Peter Donnelly about his career to date
    • Tugann Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin léargas ar fhoilsiú na Gaeilge sa lá atá inniu ann
    • Author Dave Rudden interviews Cat Doyle about her recent title The Storm Keeper’s Island
    • Dr Louise Gallagher interviews Dr Jane Suzanne Carroll as part of our series of Irish people ‘behind the scenes’ of the children’s books world
    • Laureate na nÓg Project Manager Aingeala Flannery gives an overview of Sarah Crossan’s term and upcoming projects
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  • Inis Issue 44


    The April 2015 edition, featuring artwork from Clive McFarland’s A Bed for Bear

    • Alan Nolan gets to grips with illustrator and writer Gary Northfield
    • Celebrating ten years of shadowing the CBI Book of the Year Award and announcing this year’s shortlist
    • Labhair Meadhbh Ní Ghlinn agus Anna Heussaff
    • Debut Irish novelist Catherine Doyle interviews Jennifer Niven
    • CBI Book Clinics – touring Ireland in 2015, prescribing great books for every child
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