Books by Emily Gravett
Interviews where books by Emily Gravett were recommended
Feathered, scaly or furry, children form powerful and enriching bonds with their pets. If you don’t have room in your house (or lifestyle) for a multitude of birds and beasts—you can always read about them in books! Catherine Rayner, one of the UK’s leading creators of children’s picture books and devoted animal lover, recommends her favourite illustrated picture books celebrating pets.
The Way Past Winter
by Kiran Millwood Hargrave
The Skylarks' War
by Hilary McKay
Between Worlds: Folktales of Britain & Ireland
Kevin Crossley-Holland (Author) and Frances Castle (illustrator)
AF Harrold (author) and Emily Gravett (illustrator)
The Train to Impossible Places
PG Bell (author) and Flavia Sorrentino (illustrator)
From World War I to a book with a hint of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Five Books children’s editor Zoe Greaves nominates her favourite children’s fiction of 2018.
Barbara Band, librarian and former President of the UK’s Library and Information Association, explains why reading aloud for babies is not only a great bonding experience but also an important part of early childhood development. She shares some tips on reading with babies and introduces her top baby book recommendations.