How to get published as a first-time author

by Teigan Margetts on - 3 Comments

Everyone knows that publishing your first book feels almost impossible for so many authors. The redrafts, the rejections, the frustration... It can all feel rather overwhelming. Well, here's a...

Five things kids can do about climate change

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You’ve probably heard about climate change and you’re no doubt worried for the future of our planet. You’ve also probably heard that to make real change, you might...

Should children's books rhyme?

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We should consider rhyme in children’s books to be like the conductor in an orchestra: it sets the tone and the tempo of the language; but the band...

How to become a children's book illustrator

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Okay, so who wouldn't want to illustrate children's picture books for a living? Exactly! We receive more and more illustrators' submissions every day, so this summary guide should...

Printing for the planet

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An overview of our research into sustainable printing methods and the background behind our decision to use soy-based inks. Our books our crafted with absolute sustainability at front...

How to get your children's book published

by Stuart French on - 9 Comments

… And how do I write a GREAT one?

Why Ethicool, why now?

by Teigan Margetts on

Why Ethicool, why now? Learn the story behind the heartwarming stories that will change the world.

Icelandic magic

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Planet earth is endlessly inspiring and inimitable, with its shapes, colours and contours, and ever-changing moods. No country evokes the preciousness of the world's landscapes quite like Iceland....

Protecting the ocean and coasts in a new political landscape

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Dr. Chad Nelsen, CEO of Surfrider Foundation discusses ocean cleanliness in today's political landscape. As seen on Medium.

Why we're disrupting the time-honoured legacy of kids' books

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The millions of hours taken by parents across the world to read to their children are almost always magical and theatrical, and yet they can be purposeful, too.