We’re delighted to announce that the Reading for Social Peace Project is now up and running.
the bear with the sword
‘Davide Cali’s stories are beautifully written, innovative, simply structured, deep and touching tales’: an enthusiastic review of What is this thing called love? from Digital Orthodoxy
Alphabet Soup Editor Rebecca Newman reviews Davide Cali and Gianluca Foli’s fable, The Bear with the Sword on her Boobook Blog. Blog tour day 14.
Lila Prap’s ‘Why?’ lead our Top 10 books at last weekend’s Clunes Booktown Festival
‘I think reading is just like feeding yourself. And you know, writing is just like feeding others. So, how can you feed others if you don’t eat first?’ Blog tour Day 4.
The Davide Cali blog tour is up and running, and we have some fantastic posts and giveaways from the lovely book bloggers participating.
We’ve just completed a natty looking promotional banner for Davide Cali, who is touring in May.
Davide Cali is going to tour Australia in May 2012.
‘Every library at every level should own this book. Every teacher should read it to their class.’
Davide Cali and Gianluca Foli’s marvellous fable, The Bear with the Sword, is listed as a recommended resource for Years 1 to 3 in Western Australian primary schools.
Our top 10 bestsellers in Australian bookshops in June …
Read an interview with Gianluca Foli, illustrator of our latest children’s picture book, The Bear with the Sword.
‘The Bear with the Sword is a beautifully presented tale … this is a book every parent should have on their shelves.’
Our top 10 bestsellers in bookshops in March were:
‘Surely there has not been a better-depicted bear since “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt”.’—Readings Hawthorn on ‘The Bear with the Sword’
Meet Davide Cali, the multi-talented, guitar-wielding author of our new children’s picture book, The Bear with the Sword.
Hot off the press is the first review of The Bear with the Sword from Magpies Magazine.
Top 10 Bestsellers for February 2010.
Nice little write up for The Bear with the Sword in The Gleaner, a zine produced by leading Sydney independent bookseller, Gleebooks.
Released this month, Wilkins Farago’s The Bear with the Sword is the story of a handsome bear who does something stupid, but realises the error of his ways and goes about helping those hurt by his stupidity.
Catch a sneak peak at our new promotional video for our March 2010 title, ‘The Bear with the Sword’.
Our first picture book of 2010 will be ‘The Bear with the Sword’ by Davide Cali and Gianluca Foli.