Max Ingleby delves into the subtle art of the illustration, and reflects on the impacts they can have on our imaginations as children.
Aakz Karri relates the joys of unearthing childhood memories On the 16th of March, the first measures which led to lockdown had been announced and as a consequence I returned home to The Hague in the Netherlands. It has been an interesting experience, especially since it has slowed and allowed for unlimited time with family […]
Emma Hussain discusses Judith Kerr’s impact on the effects of reading children’s books on child development.
I wish I could hold this moment forever in my mind. You, in tiny sleeves and trousers with your stuffed bear sat at your side. We’re by the docks at the lakehouse where it smells of pine and stagnant pond. There is rotten wood and earthy moistened soil and there is no sound but the […]
I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t obsessed with fiction. A significantly large portion of my childhood was spent being introduced by my parents to stories they’d loved at my age. My mum and I shared a shelf full of Disney films that both us and my little brother would watch, again, and again. As […]
Knee-deep in deadlines, the stress of third year and general life dramas, I sometimes question whether I’m actually successfully functioning as a human being. Let alone an adult human being. Bills, essays and postgrad options have convinced me that I don’t want to grow up yet, and as per, Disney came to my rescue last […]