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Children from Newcastle launch an exhibition of new art work at Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s books.
Diverse Voices Children’s Book Award was jointly founded by Frances Lincoln Ltd and Seven Stories - National Centre for Children’s Books in memory of Frances Lincoln (1945-2001). The award aims to encourage and promote diversity in children’s fiction
The problems children around the world face simply trying to get an education were highlighted in The Fickling Lecture with Sarah Brown.
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.
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.
World Book Day 2013 proved to be a phenomenal success for Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s Books. Over a 3 week period of events and activities the centre brought a love of reading to over 4000 children across 23 schools.
Seven Stories was saddened this week to hear of the death of the wonderful picture book illustrator Barbara Firth.
Seven Stories is currently showcasing a collection of Grimm books belonging to Brian Alderson in the StoryLab.
Seven Stories was saddened to hear today of the death of illustrator Jan Ormerod.
Schoolchildren from across the region are being given the chance to see their arty ideas incorporated into a north east cultural landmark as part of a new competition organised by Newcastle Building Society and Seven Stories
Find out what the proposed Newcastle City Council Cuts means to Seven Stories
Kate Edwards, Chief Executive at Seven Stories responds to the proposed cuts from Newcastle City Council
Seven Stories is to be officially known as the National Centre for Children's Books.
based on Cressida Cowell's popular How To Train Your Dragon series, this exhibition transprots you back to a time where Vikings ruled and dragons roamed.
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
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.
From Monday 26 November until early January, Seven Stories are displaying festive artwork chosen specially from their Collection to celebrate Christmas.
Seven Stories has lots of fantastic family events to keep away the winter blues including the chance to meet author Jonathan Emmett, take a stroll in the deep dark woods with The Gruffalo’s Child and have a boogie-woogie in our first ever Baby Disco.
Visit Seven Stories this holiday season for a magical Christmas experience unlike any other.
Seven Stories Announces New Autumn / Winter Event Programme
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