Change the Story an update!
Change the Story
It’s been a few weeks since we hit our crowdfunding target for Change the Story our campaign to get diverse books into schools. We raised more than £55,000 to get 10,000 inclusive and representative books into schools and nurseries, so we thought we’d give a little update to let you know how it’s all going […]
When a Dragon Goes to School (Review)
Press Release 10th August 2020 Rochelle Humes campaign hits target with support from KPMG – 10,000 inclusive children’s books to be delivered to schools and nurseries Little Box of Books has hit its £55,000 Crowdfunder total, enabling the inclusive children’s book company to deliver 10,000 representative books to schools and nurseries in the next academic […]
Small Awards Win!
With school disrupted and lots of things out of the ordinary for loads of children, this book is perfect for reminding them about school life. It’s great for children making the jump from nursery to big school but also for children who are thinking of a return in September. Sometimes things go wrong There are […]
We have won the Mission Impossible Award in the 2020 Small Awards!!! The Mission Impossible Award is for small businesses that set out and deliver on a demonstrable mission. A mission that benefits a group, a community or society more widely. We were in a really tough category alongside people doing some amazing things including […]
Supporting Save the Children’s new campaign You may have heard about us from a #Savewithstories post on Instagram. Welcome! #Savewithstories is Save the Children’s campaign to keep the most vulnerable children fed while schools are closed. Please give generously to this amazing cause. Thank you for coming to us to buy your children’s books. We […]
Latest Press Coverage
As countries all over the world work through their plans to tackle Coronavirus, none of us are going very far. Borders are closed, planes are grounded, we’re all limited in what we’re allowed to do. A chance to escape Reading for many of us is an escape route, transporting us to faraway lands or giving […]
Talking about diversity with kids
We are in the news again! Catch up with our latest coverage here.
Our Covid-19 response #LITTLEBOBLOVELETTERS
Our children don’t have many outside influences at the moment. They are face first in our culture, around our opinions all day long. While comforting, this is extremely limiting for them. Not for us. It’s amazing what you can learn from an almost 6-year-old. Mostly toilet based. Diverse books take you places Anyway, I don’t […]
Engaging Reluctant Readers
It’s hard to know where to start at the moment. We’re making seismic changes to the way we live and socialise and work. Some of these will be good and positive later on but right now, they’re extremely painful and difficult. #LITTLEBOBLOVELETTERS It was while thinking about this that I came up with the idea […]
I did a social media post yesterday about the government scrapping VAT on digital books. This is brilliant news, mainly because it makes accessing books more affordable for blind and partially sighted people. It also means that reluctant readers can access audio books at a better price. National Literacy Trust I had a great response […]