sexta-feira, 4 de março de 2011

The Guardian launches its Children's Books site


Launched on World Book Day, the brand new Guardian children's books site has been designed and curated with the help of a dedicated editorial panel of 100 children and teens from around the world. They told us what they wanted, and we did our best to make it happen. And that's how the site will work: by children, for children.
Take a look around: you can read reviewsfollow discussions, and watch and listen to the questions our panel have put to top authors, fromJacqueline Wilson to Malorie Blackman, Michelle Paver to Charlie Higson. There's age-themed content, a monthly podcast, a book club, extracts,quizzes, competitions with amazing prizes (win your height in books!) and much more.
Discover the team by reading their 10-word profiles and watching the 'get involved' video. Inspired to get involved yourself? If you're under 18 and a booklover, we'd love to have you on board. Here's how.
This is just the start - there's loads more exciting stuff lined up for the future. So keep coming back to check out what's new, and get in touch at childrens.books@guardian.co.uk to tell us what you think and what you'd like to see.

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