Very few hobbies nowadays don’t require staring at a screen or using technology. Fortunately, reading is one of them – but so is doing a jigsaw puzzle.
Bestselling author P.G. Bell meets three thousand fans in three days in Delhi.
Usborne writer and Editorial Director Felicity Brooks and designer Frankie Allen share what they learned about social and emotional learning theory when creating the delightful picture book All About Feelings.
Meet Simon Tudhope, the writer behind the sticker books that let you Build Your Own… cars, dragons, robots and more.
Did you know that Usborne do book events? We have an army of over 5000 Independent Usborne Organisers working in schools in the UK and Europe helping teachers and pupils to celebrate all things literary.
Graphic novels are becoming increasingly popular with children and adults alike. Usborne writer Russell Punter explains why they might appeal to non-traditional readers, and the joy of adapting his latest title Alice in Wonderland.
How do you make baby’s first Christmas special? Here are eight ideas to make the festive season memorable for both parent and child.
It’s around this time of year that many parents start to talk about a visit from Father Christmas as another way to encourage good behaviour from their little ones. A visit from the man in red is also a great way to engage your little ones with letter-writing, and we have some lovely paper to download to help them.
If you’re looking for a Christmas present for a baby or toddler and don’t know where to start, here are some of our award-winning baby and toddler books – and the reasons why judges rate them so highly. We hope you find something you love!
Books can also be a fantastic tool for helping children to understand more about themselves, including their feelings. Learning to describe, express and manage their emotions - even from a young age - is an essential part of children’s social and emotional development...