The Guardian | online children’s book club

The Guardian is to launch a children’s online book club - the second large outlet to up their interest in kids books this month. (See the NYT last week)

Claire Armitstead talks to the Scarrow brothers, Meg Rossoff, Michael Rosen and Louisa Young about the importance of reading and children’s books - and where technology could help bolster it.

The site launches on March 3.

2 Responses to “The Guardian | online children’s book club”

  1. Peter Stockwell
    February 28, 2011 at 3:30 pm #

    Any children’s book club is to be welcomed. Even if it is sponsored by the Guardian

  2. david.
    March 7, 2011 at 9:51 am #

    Why not sponsored by the Guardian Peter? They’ve been long time advocates for children’s books and authors - and the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize is one of the most respected in the UK.

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