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The British Book Awards judges liked EUP’s strong collaboration with publishing partners and institutions, its smart long-term investment in business systems and analytics, and the way it responded nimbly to fill gaps in its academic fields. “They consistently make sensible invest- ment and publishing decisions.” The genre for this book starts out as fiction, but then switches to Folktale and Fairy-tales. The author creates a twist with the stories by throwing Nibbles into the stories and his tendencies to destroy and nibble things. The author and illustrator have created books within books that has the reader wanting to catch Nibbles and to see what shenanigans he gets into next. The different stories are unique to their book within The Book Monster. The grade levels that would enjoy this would be Kindergarten through 2nd Grade. I read the story aloud to my 1st Graders, who LOVED the main story of Nibbles, but also were excited to see which folklore or fairy-tale story would come next. They would always make predictions of which story would come next. Bite-sized pieces of crispy toast topped with cheese, artichokes and pesto make attractive canapés for a party or buffet spread
Nibbles: The Book Monster by Emma Yarlett | Goodreads Nibbles: The Book Monster by Emma Yarlett | Goodreads
What the Ladybird Heard at Christmas Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Lydia Monks Macmillan Children's Books Waterstones, a winner for the first time since 2019, is recognised for the rejuvenation of its children’s bookselling. It took a good share of the year’s biggest children’s books and has jumped on the TikTok phenomenon, including through a BookTokFest. But it was work with new voices that most caught the eye, which was boosted by its Children’s Laureate, Book Prize and Book of the Month and Year initiatives.
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I am a book monster myself, though I don't really eat books, at least not in the way Nibbles does. I devour books by reading them. :D libro ha sido todo un descubrimiento para mí, y digo para mí porque mi peque aún es muy pequeño para disfrutarlo. Creo que la edad adecuada es para niños a partir de 4 o 5 años. The judges also admired EUP’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, including an overhaul of recruitment practices, a mentoring scheme and sessions on neurodiversity. It made strides on reducing its environmental impact by developing a Sustainability Plan and took excellent care of its teams and authors. “This was my best publishing experience ever—perfect from start to finish,” said one grateful academic.
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As I reorganize my library shelves, I have come across a few gems that I bought on a trip to London and somehow shelved without reading them. What a treat this little cache has been this morning! Anyway, despite my son's immaturity for Nibbles - or rather his too risky closeness to and absolutely predictable adoration of the toothy little rascal, I happen to enjoy reading this book myself every so often. It is both a simple joy and an inspiration, which never fails to bring a smile to my face.Round Table Books, the Brixton-based community interest company founded by children’s publisher Knights Of, is only four years old but has already done a huge amount to diversify children’s books by race, sex, disability and more. It took the bold decision to move location in 2022 to be closer to its community and was rewarded by a substantial increase in sales—though the shop has always been about much more than commercial results. Outreach included school events, a festival with Spread the Word and a pay-it-forward bookshelf to gift books to under- privileged children. They all make an enormous difference, not just to children and Waterstones’ own performance but to authors and publishers. “If anyone doubted the importance of Waterstones to the children’s book market, the reopening of the high street in 2022 proved them wrong,” said one publishing 29 sales director. “Their all-round performance was fantastic,” agreed the judges. “They break books in a way no one else does.”
Nibbles: The Bedtime Book by Emma Yarlett | Waterstones
I've read this book roughly 82 million times because it is a favorite in my house. We've actually had it for almost two years and despite having books overflowing our shelves and access to the entire county library full of books, this is one that keeps making it's way onto the "PLEASE READ THIS ONE MOMMY" list.You Can Do It: How to Find Your Voice and Make a Difference Marcus Rashford with Carl Anka Macmillan Children's Books