Philip Pullman

The new book will focus on "the struggle between a despotic and totalitarian organization [...] and those who believe thought and speech should be free.”
Writer's block is a terrible affliction. And yet, we find ourselves with little sympathy when it comes to some of our favorite
"Why would anyone not seize at once, with both hands, the immense privilege of telling stories, when it's so easy to achieve?"
Philip Pullman, the well-known author of The Golden Compass and a forthcoming collection of Grimm fairy tales, has received many honors, perhaps none quite as unusual as his latest from the King of Redonda.
Reading this Roger Moorhouse piece on the eighteenth century German feral child, Peter of Hanover, reminded me of Victor
To casual passers-by, Kensal Rise Library in north-west London is just another red-brick, late-Victorian municipal building
The outgoing Children's Laureate Anthony Browne has warned society "will pay the price in the long term" for closing school
The Finalists' List was announced by the chair of judges, Rick Gekoski at a press conference held at the University of Sydney
Education Secretary Michael Gove says that children aged 11 should be reading 50 books a year to improve literacy standards
The nation is gearing up for the first Save Our Libraries day on Saturday (5th February), with around 50 events planned around