A conversation with Herve Tullet, author of Press Here|
On 04/05/2012 in Books
In conversation with French artist, Herve Tullet, author of the innovative picture book, Press Here, winner of the Junior Design Awards 2012 Picture Book Of The Year
What was the inspiration for your award-winning book Press Here?Wow, it is so difficult to answer this question! I always try to create innovative books and Press Here is maybe the all-encompassing result of my previous projects: open, participative and interactive books for babi...
A conversation with Yokococo, author of Hans & Matilda|
On 17/05/2012 in Children's Book Awards
Meet the winner of the Most Promising New Talent in our Junior Design Awards 2012
Why did you choose cats (and they are very cute!) as your characters?Unfortunately I have a cat allergy. When I was trying to think about a new idea, a stray cat was visiting my house very often. He was very sweet and beautiful. I couldn't let him in because of my allergy. I felt...
A foodie conversation with awarding-winning author, Amanda Grant|
On 20/05/2012 in Food & Dining Awards
Award-winning author Amanda Grants talks about her fondest childhood food memories and setting the world – or rather the kitchen – on fire!
What’s your earliest food memory?My late grandma’s special teas. My granddad used to take my brothers to the park to kick a ball about while I helped my grandma make ‘footballers cakes’, which I absolutely loved to do. I now realise that they were Battenberg-style cakes but she f...
It's Good To Talk|
On 08/02/2009 in Education
The skill of conversation will help your child in so many ways as they head to school. Here are tips for encouraging a chatty child
something is suddenly changed. Provide the answer You can offer your toddler the question and the answer to show her how conversation follows. So you might say, “What colour is that cat?” then add “It’s black and white, isn’t it?” This helps model
Talkback: Gucci SS11 Kidswear collection starring Jennifer Lopez|
On 27/06/2011 in forum
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Little Joule's Autumn Winter '10 |
On 22/04/2010 in Press shows & parties
A conversation with Chloe Ward, creative director of Joules
What were your inspirations for Little Joule's new collection? Because we have such a large range, it varies a bit, but overall the inspiration comes from vintage prints. Colours are important, so we will take a really gorgeous print, for example, the print with the horses in the...
David Lauren, the son of designer Ralph Lauren, shares his happy childhood memories |
On 15/09/2010 in Back To School
Our exclusive conversation with David Lauren to celebrate the launch of the RL Gang on the new UK RL website
What’s the secret of a happy childhood? “I’ve been very lucky to have a close family. I consider my parents, my brother and my sister to be my best friends. This gives me incredible support and it is my greatest happiness.”Which of the character in the RL Gang is most like you in...
One for the boys and the girls|
On 18/03/2011 in Shopping
Colourful childenswear label Boys & Girls is now available to buy online
Quirky jersey wear label, Boys & Girls, make easy-to-wear outfits for (not surprisingly) both boys and girls. Made in bright colours and printed with witty slogans, there are plenty of conversation starting pieces as well as lots of colourful basics
Life in miniature|
On 14/03/2011 in Fashion news
Quirky jewellery with a fabulously chic French heritage
Digital art keyring £50We love these conversation starting pieces of jewellery from the quirky N2 range made by creative French costume jewellers, Les Nereides. Choose from brooches decorated with tea party trinkets and miniature dolls for girls
Winner of the Picture Book Of The Year 2012: Press Here by Hervé Tullet|
On 20/05/2012 in Children's Book Awards
How a simple dot can turn into an amazing adventure with French artist, Hervé Tullet
and right. That’s a whole lot of learning – and all from a cast of seemingly simple dancing dots. Find out who all of the lucky winners are in our Children's Book categories Read our conversation with Herve TulletPress Here by Herve Tullet (Chronicle, £9.99)