On Lucia Day they got up earlier than usual because Pettson wanted to listen to the music on the radio…
Making the Children’s Year is crammed full of creative things to do with your hands all year round, with lots to do during dark afternoons and rainy days indoors. We’ve picked out a taster for you to try, a Candle Lake, sure to bewitch small people, while brightening up your day too.
Along the Pilgrims way in Oslo, year sixes from all the local schools experience for themselves the 1,000 year-old Pilgrim tradition.
The current political climate is encouraging people to retreat into their comfort zones, to reject the foreign or unknown, so it may seem odd to be promoting an ideology that looks to the local.
After the success of Making Needle Felted Animals, Steffi Stern brings her inimitable energy and enthusiasm to her second book.
Caroline Penney will bring her wisdom as a parent, grandma, family therapist and lifelong parent-educator to run a parenting workshop in the magical Secret Garden at Stroud’s Museum in the Park on Saturday 17th November.
The Natural Storyteller has been awarded a Gold Medal in the 2018 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards! Launched in 2007, the awards are intended to bring increased recognition to exemplary children’s books and their creators, and to celebrate children’s books and life-long reading.
Snow is falling on Pettson’s farm, and Christmas is approaching. Findus, the talking cat, tells Pettson that he is excited about the Yule Tomte visiting and bringing gifts. Oh dear, thinks Pettson, How can I explain that the Yule Tomte may not visit cats?
Hawthorn Press’s new poster wall from Ken Sprague (1927- 2004), people’s artist, and Lucy Guenot, Stroud printmaker.