Tag Archives: Kate Banks

Perfect Picture Book Friday – The Night Worker

Kate Banks, author of today’s picture book, is a brilliant woman of depth, integrity and sensitivity, which comes across in her writing. She has written for children with great success for many, many years and is working on a very … Continue reading

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French Connection continued

Thus the French connection continues, firstly with the well known Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans. This is an introductory  book in a long series, originally published in 1939, so Paris on the brink of World War II, but a captivating, charismatic, charming … Continue reading

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Author Interview – Kate Banks

I did my first author’s interview on Wednesday and what a blast. It was stimulating, encouraging and a lot of fun. Kate has been writing pretty much all her life, but was published first at 24. She has gone on … Continue reading

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