Support our work
This has been a challenging year for The Children’s Bookshow but our small team has pulled together and come up with creative and joyful projects that have enabled children across the country to experience the best authors and illustrators from around the world. Have a look at our projects: Letters from Lockdown, What Makes you Smile? and Let’s Celebrate Black Lives to see what we have achieved.
Now, more than ever, we need uplifting stories and ways to stay connected. Through reading, writing and drawing children can explore their own feelings and the feelings of others, as well as escaping into other worlds.
It is vital for us to carry on with our work, find new ways to connect with children and teachers, and bring the joy of reading to children everywhere. Please donate now.
Bring the joy of reading to children everywhere
could give a child their very own signed copy of an author’s book
could pay towards creating resources for teachers and parents during this difficult time.
could pay towards curating a virtual event, bringing the best authors and illustrators live to classrooms across the country.
"Thanks very much for the newsletters, we have been using them weekly. Today is extra special as Neal Layton visited our school after the Gatehouse production a couple of years ago.
Please don't forget us, when we return to some form of normality as we would definitely like to be involved in any future projects you have locally."
Other ways to donate
We are happy to accept cheques made payable to ‘The Children’s Bookshow’. Please send them to:
9A Peploe Road
If you would prefer to send the money directly to us from your bank, please get in touch.
It is such a shame that we will not be able to attend the Bookshow this year. It is one of my favourite trips and always a great way to start the school year with authors and workshops... The 'Letters from Lockdown' are lovely! The letters already written and shared from the authors are comforting and inspiring and I believe many of our children will enjoy them immensely.