Yearly Archives: 2012

Philip Pullman’s “Grimm Tales: For Young and Old” set for September 6th publication
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Penguin Classics has confirmed that they will be publishing Pullman’s take on the Grimm fairy tales on the 6th of September this year, with the title Grimm Tales: For Young and Old. A year ago, BTTS exclusively revealed that Philip Pullman’s was … Continue reading

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Pullman attacks library closures
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Phillip Pullman has again voiced his opposition to library closures, this time in a brief column in the Daily Mirror. Pullman’s championing of the role that libraries play in introducing children to reading is again the core of his argument, … Continue reading

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Congratulations, February Contest Winner!
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Congratulations to the winner of our February Contest: Scott! He correctly answered our question: What is the His Dark Materials trilogy called in french? The answer was of course, “A la Croisée des Mondes”! He wins a paperback copy of the latest … Continue reading

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February Contest – Five Days Left!
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There are only five days left to enter our February contest, so get your entries in if you haven’t already! The winner will get a copy of Philip Pullman’s The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ. All you have … Continue reading

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Pullman offers thoughts on E-books
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In light of the recent debate started by Jonathan Franzen’s critique of E-books, Phillip Pullman has commented on his unease with the burgeoning technology. Echoing the core of Franzen’s argument, Pullman is particularly concerned with E-book readers’ reliance on external … Continue reading

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