Introducing Rabbit Hole’s first spin off series, Little Dogeared Books—reviews and stories about the most wonderful, inspiring and thought-provoking picturebooks of today and yesteryear.
Australia is not all snaggers on the barbie and jolly swagmen. It is a land of contradictions. This week's Little Dogeared Books looks at two picturebooks—This is Australia by M. Sasek and Australia to Z, by Armin Greder— and explores what they might say about us as a country.
In our changing world, the Arts are valuable not because they come with all the answers, but because they encourage us to question everything. Like the Arts, How To shows us the value in being ourselves, thinking creatively, and learning how to wonder.
Perfect is not about what we come to value as adults—the bigger house, or the ideal body. It’s about something much simpler than that: the magic of one great big summer’s day to have fun in.
The deeper I go into this industry, the more transformed I am by the magic of the picturebook form.
Introducing Rabbit Hole’s first spin off series, Little Dogeared Books.
Two children playing together in a crowded pool find themselves being drawn into a world of magnificent creatures.
A good choice for this lazy, summer-holiday weather.
I think if you are protected from dark things then you have no protection of, knowledge of, or understanding of dark things when they show up.
Fiona Burrows makes a compelling case for depth and complexity in children’s literature.