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Worldreader: Lantana Publishing brings inclusive children’s books to readers around the world

Worldreader: Lantana Publishing brings inclusive children’s books to readers around the world

Lantana Publishing joins forces with Worldreader to give children everywhere free access to inclusive stories.
The Guardian: Picture books for children – reviews

The Guardian: Picture books for children – reviews

Taking Time by Jo Loring-Fisher is on The Observer’s best picture books for July. ‘One of Lantana’s gems this season. A timely reminder to appreciate the small things. A soothing balm in book form.’
The New York Times: 8 picture books that let young minds wonder and wander on their own

The New York Times: 8 picture books that let young minds wonder and wander on their own

A Story About Afiya by James Berry and Anna Cunha makes it onto Jennifer Krauss’ list of books where ‘journeys of the imagination explore what it means to be human’. 

BookTrust: Shortlists for 2020 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals announced

BookTrust: Shortlists for 2020 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals announced

Illustrator Poonam Mistry is shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal for the second year in a row with her work for You’re Snug With Me, written by Chitra Soundar.
The Guardian: Picture books for children – reviews

The Guardian: Picture books for children – reviews

I Am Brown makes it onto The Observer’s best picture books for February. ‘A note-perfect hymn about acceptance, pride and belonging’.
The Times Literary Supplement: Ditch the glitter: Writing about climate change for children

The Times Literary Supplement: Ditch the glitter: Writing about climate change for children

You’re Snug With Me is featured in a list of books about climate change. ‘Finally, there is a glimpse of an icy yet comforting world in last year’s You’re Snug With Me (Lantana) by Chitra Soundar, with mandala-intricate illustrations from Poonam Mistry.
The Times: The rise of student entrepreneurs at British universities

The Times: The rise of student entrepreneurs at British universities

Universities want students to come up with great British ideas – that pay off. Alice Curry shares her experiences at the OXFO L.E.V8 accelerator programme and developing an exciting new brand platform for Lantana.
The Irish News: Children’s Book of the Week

The Irish News: Children’s Book of the Week

‘This original tale's most memorable traits are the whorls and lines of Mistry's frankly mesmerising illustrations…You're Safe With Me certainly stands out among the simple, brightly coloured drawings that are hallmarks of the genre.’
The Wall Street Journal: Children’s books: Safe journeys

The Wall Street Journal: Children’s books: Safe journeys

You’re Safe With Me is featured in a list of books that ‘inspire adventures that end in relief and assurance’. ‘Motherly consolation meets folkloric Indian artwork in You’re Safe With Me’.

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