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  • Look! Polish Picture Book!

    Tuesday10:00 - 11:0014 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    This session is presented by the Polish Book Institute as part of the Poland Professional Programme. Look! Polish Picturebook! is the publication which present...

    • Language: English

  • Megaphone: Introducing New Voices of Colour in Children’s and Teen Literature

    Tuesday11:30 - 12:3014 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    For the past year, the Megaphone writer development scheme has been mentoring new writers from ethnic minority backgrounds, as they write their first novel for ...

    • Language: English

  • The World in Pictures: Picture Books Today and Tomorrow

    Tuesday14:30 - 15:3014 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    This session is presented by The Klaus Flugge Prize. The world in pictures: picture books today and tomorrow. This special session is inspired by the new Klaus...

    • Language: English

  • Do Books Matter? The Role of the Book in Addressing the Global Learning Crisis

    Tuesday16:00 - 17:0014 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    Despite an increase in school enrolment in recent years, 130 million children still attend four or more years of school and leave without basic foundational ski...

    • Language: English

  • Is Illustration for Children a Different Kind of Illustration?

    Tuesday17:30 - 18:3014 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    This session is presented by the Polish Book Institute as part of the Poland Professional Programme.  

    • Language: English

  • Hay Festival Presents… Aarhus 39: Celebrating Europe's Best Emerging Writers

    Wednesday10:00 - 11:0015 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    Join Hay Festival's Children's Director Julia Eccleshare, editor Daniel Hahn, and authors Katherine Rundell and Sarah Crossan as they unveil Hay Festival's Aarh...

    • Language: English

  • Story and Illustration: Ways to Create Unique Children’s Books

    Wednesday11:30 - 12:3015 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    Although children’s books usually take shape in a collaboration between a writer and an illustrator, there are also books written and illustrated by the same pe...

    • Language: English

  • Fail Compilation 2017: A Few Easy Steps to Make a Lousy Book

    Wednesday13:00 - 14:0015 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    This session is presented by the Polish Book Institute as part of the Poland Professional Programme.  A few easy steps to make a bad book - a short talk about ...

    • Language: English

  • Illustrators' Afternoon: Top Tips from Art Directors at the London Book Fair

    Wednesday16:00 - 18:3015 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    16:00-16:30: In Conversation with Three Art Directors (seminar) 16:45-18:30: Individual 15-minute meetings—an opportunity for seminar attendees to have a one-t...

    • Language: English

  • Brexit Late Breakfast

    Thursday10:00 - 11:0016 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    This seminar is presented by the Children's Media Conference. Bring your Croissants and Danish pastries and join a panel of experts to consider the implication...

    • Language: English

  • Rebels and Empires: The Future of British Comics

    Thursday11:30 - 12:3016 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    This seminar is presented by the Children's Media Conference. Comic book properties are everywhere nowadays, from cinema screens to supermarket shelves – and t...

    • Language: English

  • Market and Build: How New Voices and New Properties are Guided to Market Success

    Thursday13:00 - 14:0016 Mar 2017

    Children's Hub (1F11)

    This seminar is presented by the Children's Media Conference. Choosing the right route to market for a story-based idea can be a make-or-break decision, especi...

    • Language: English

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