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Behind the scenes at Usborne, Tips and expert adviceWhy 'A Christmas Carol' is the perfect introduction to Dickens
My aim in writing Complete Dickens was to make this as Dickensian a read as possible whilst whittling his gigantic set of works down to a manageable size. But the detail and huge cast of characters is precisely what makes Dickens so wonderfully – well – Dickensian!
Behind the scenes at UsborneWelcome to the World of Usborne: a brand-new website for curious kids and grown-ups
I’m Peter Usborne and I'm excited to be introducing the brand-new Usborne website, which we have created in the same (slightly obsessive) way that we make all our books, taking our time and meticulously crafting every page.
Behind the scenes at UsborneThe story behind THAT'S NOT MY® series
2019 marks 20 years of Usborne's bestselling THAT'S NOT MY® series of touchy-feely books for little ones. Take a look behind the scenes and find out how a That's not my… book is made.
Behind the scenes at UsborneWhat is philosophy and why is it important for children?
Usborne's Philosophy for Beginners editor Alex Frith joins authors Minna Lacey, Rachel Firth and Jordan Akpojaro to discuss the big questions – from 'is a human always a person?' to 'could a society work without a government'?
Behind the scenes at UsborneTackling the plastic problem: why I wrote a book for children all about plastic
Katie Daynes, author of Lift-the-Flap Questions and Answers about Plastic, is grilled by the Year 4–5 children at Settle Primary School in Yorkshire.
Behind the scenes at UsborneMini Monsters: helping children overcome their fears
Meet Billy’s adorable best friends Captain Snott, Gloop, Fang-Face, Trumpet and Peep in this series for younger readers by Zanna Davidson.
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