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Seven Stories is inviting UK Publishers to submit titles to be considered for a list of the best culturally diverse children’s books.
Seven Stories is delighted to celebrate 25 years of Michael Rosen’s children’s classic We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by hosting a brand new musical adaptation from composer Duncan Ward
Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s Books is launching an exciting new exhibition, Moving Stories – Children’s Books from Page to Screen. Co-curated with the National Media Museum in Bradford.
Seven Stories’ exhibitions are unique. They are recognised across the UK for their cultural integrity and the opportunity the present for families to playfully engage with the best of British children’s books.
During World Book Day 2014 celebrations, Seven Stories – National Centre for Children’s Books engaged over 8500 children across the UK with a love of reading, adventure and stories in their most popular World Book Day season to date.
This weekend is the last chance for visitors to explore two exhibitions by the most loved authors of children’s literature Judith Kerr and Enid Blyton.
Seven Stories is saddened to hear of the passing of Ann Key
Discover our Top Ten Tips for sharing stories at home
Making its debut in the region on Friday 7 March, this live event for schools brings with it seven incredible illustrators and amazing authors.
We were thrilled to have Justin Fletcher film Something Special here at Seven Stories!
A New Year heralds inspiring workshops, excellent exhibitions, imaginative performances and author events from Seven Stories’ award-winning learning programme.
Seven Stories launches a series of events and exhibitions celebrating why picture books are important to everyone.
Seven Stories’ multipurpose space, Storylab, is being reinvented for the first time in eight years into a dedicated gallery space to inspire older children and young adults alike.
Books stay with you – they excite you, make you cry, make you laugh and they inspire you. Students from Sunderland University BA Hons in Childhood Studies course visited Seven Stories to discover the power of books.
Borderline Books is collecting books for children who haven't got books of their own.
NewcastleGateshead’s leading cultural venues have been awarded the highest accolade in the country for equality and diversity; The Equality Standard Gold Award.
Illustration students from Sunderland University will join award-winning illustrator Levi Pinfold as he talks about his inspiration, creative process and stunning illustrations this Thursday.
Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books, will collect their National Lottery Award at a glittering awards ceremony broadcast on BBC One this week.
Those who love literature won’t want to miss out on the 7th National Black Writers and Publishers conference, taking place on Saturday 19th October 2013 at Contact, Oxford Rd, Manchester.
Seven Stories presents an exhibition that explores the life and celebrates the work of one of Britain's best-loved illustrators
Seven Stories is excited to announce the launch of their new Digital Exhibition.
Mollie King, from The Saturdays, today broke the fantastic news to children and staff at Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books, that they have been named the UK’s favourite education project.
Today, Malala Yousafzai will spend her 16th birthday fighting for others.We’ve raised our voices to support her fight, but let’s not let her own incredible strength and bravery go uncelebrated.
Year 7 & 8 pupils at Cramlington Learning Village have joined forces with Seven Stories in a project to promote reading and literacy and raise money for charity.
Tariq Mehmood has won the Frances Lincoln Diverse Voices Children’s Book Award 2013 for 'You’re Not Proper'.
Children from Newcastle launch an exhibition of new art work at Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s books.
Talented young illustrators, Pippa Curnick, Sian Jenkins and Holly Sterling have won Seven Stories’ Over the Hills and Far Away illustration competition, each for illustrating one of three sets of rhymes.
The problems children around the world face simply trying to get an education were highlighted in The Fickling Lecture with Sarah Brown.
Mystery, Magic and Midnight Feasts, the first ever major exhibition celebrating the life and work of Enid Blyton will be unveiled at Seven Stories, National Centre for Children's Books, from 4th May 2013.
Seven Stories is currently showcasing a collection of Grimm books belonging to Brian Alderson in the StoryLab.
Find out what the proposed Newcastle City Council Cuts means to Seven Stories
Seven Stories is to be officially known as the National Centre for Children's Books.
Kate Edwards, Chief Executive at Seven Stories responds to the proposed cuts from Newcastle City Council
Seven Stories and St Oswald’s Hospice are working together for Sharing Stories, Making Memories.
On Wednesday 19 September, Seven Stories celebrated the life and work of awatrd-winning author Leila Berg
Come join Seven Stories in celebrating this Easter with a plethora of events to champion the art of storytelling from page, stage and screen.
American journalist turned YA author Erin Lange, will be discussing her critically acclaimed books Butter and Dead Ends in an event which aims to inspire a young generation of writers at Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s Books.
Visitors are invited to go on an adventure packed with friendship, solitude and soup with author Will Buckingham and Thomas Docherty.
Daily film screenings and popular events for the under5s at Seven Stories between 17 March and 3 April.
The National Centre for Children’s Books celebrates February Half Term with a plethora of events to champion the art of the picture book.
Festive magic will be sprinkled liberally over Seven Stories in the run up to Christmas. The whole building will be bursting with Christmas cheer as the centre is transformed into a wonderland of twinkling lights and yuletide decorations to celebrate
Mog the Forgetful Cat loves to dream. Visitors of all ages are invited to join in events and activities inspired by her hilarious twilight adventures, part of Juice Festival 2013.
William saw the ghost on only two occasions, but he often heard her footsteps passing his window. He hears them still... in his dreams…
Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s Books will be celebrating the wonderfully wacky world of Roald Dahl in a weekend dedicated to his best-selling novel, The Witches.
The summer is drawing to an end and Seven Stories is getting its pencil case sorted for the new term. We had visits from so many wonderful authors, illustrators, comic book heroes and mysterious figures.
Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books is celebrating 10 years of You Choose this August in a sell-out event with best-selling illustrator Nick Sharratt and author Pippa Goodhart.
August is filled with fantastic events at Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books, including an event with best-selling illustrator Nick Sharratt and author Pippa Goodhart who will celebrate 10 years of You Choose in a sell-out event.
Seven Stories is ready for an adventure this season with a busy programme of sizzling summer events.
Visitors can discover the great outdoors and have an adventure of their own this May Half Term as Seven Stories celebrates the launch of their brand new exhibition; Mystery, Magic and Midnight Feasts, the Many Adventures of Enid Blyton.
This Easter Holiday Seven Stories is waving goodbye to The Gruffalo and friends as their popular exhibition, A Squash and a Squeeze, Sharing Stories with Julia Donaldson comes to an end.
Axel Scheffler, award-winning illustrator of The Gruffalo, Zog and Superworm will be at Seven Stories at 6.30pm on Wednesday 6 March for an interactive session to discuss the art of creating picture books.
Are you feeling brave? Take a walk on the wild side with some beastly events this February Half Term.
This season is packed full of events for the whole family.
2014 marks the Centenary of the beginning of World War 1. To commemorate this, intu Metrocentre are holding a 4 day event
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