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Golden Age of Children's Books? Radio programme

BBC Radio 4 Front Row broadcast a wonderful discussion on children's reading, with contributions by Liz Pichon, author of Tom Gates and Zanib Mian, author of newly-published Planet Omar. They were discussing the choice and quality of books on offer to young readers, recommendations for 7 – 12 years – by children of that age, diversity in children’s book publishing and celebrity authors -  pros and cons. See what you think here.


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