Posts Tagged: classics

On Abebook’s 50 books every 11-year-old should read

We have a folder at the bookshop where we put lists of books – prizewinners, shortlists, cut out of the weekend paper reviews, and so on. A while ago, on Abebooks, I found a list of their 50 books every

On Abebook’s 50 books every 11-year-old should read

We have a folder at the bookshop where we put lists of books – prizewinners, shortlists, cut out of the weekend paper reviews, and so on. A while ago, on Abebooks, I found a list of their 50 books every

John Boyne on children’s classics

Books become classics when generation after generation can read them and experience the same emotional charge as their first readers. The children’s classics that we return to as adults are the ones that feel every bit as good as they

John Boyne on children’s classics

Books become classics when generation after generation can read them and experience the same emotional charge as their first readers. The children’s classics that we return to as adults are the ones that feel every bit as good as they