Ground-breaking and refreshingly uncomplicated, Josh’s life affirming messages resonate with both kids and adults alike. His books have received rave reviews from kid’s book reviewers, child psychologists and parents. Josh’s most recent book It’s OK to Feel The Way You Do, won 2018 ABIA Small Publishers’ Children’s Book of the Year.
New book coming March 2020!
In his new book, Magnificent Mistakes and Fantastic Failures; Finding the good when things seem bad , award winning children’s author Josh Langley, gives kids the tools to find their own inner resilience.
By turning conventional thinking on its head; he shows that mistakes and failures can be opportunities for learning and growth.
Good friends, positive self-talk, curiosity and wonder become a perfect mix to give children a confident perspective on life.
Preorder now. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find Your Creative Mojo acquired by Penguin Random House South East Asia.
Penguin Random House has acquired the rights to Find Your Creative Mojo for the Southeast Asia Region. Read More
Big Sky Publishing 2020 Children’s Catalogue has been released.
CBCA August Book Week Antics
I had a ball touring over 15 primary schools in the week leading up to the official CBCA Children’s Book Week. I also visited a few schools during book week and afterwards.
From high school failure to award winning author and illustrator
Josh Langley was told he would amount to nothing in life, having failed high school (twice) and being unemployed for several years. But that didn’t stop Josh from becoming an award-winning radio copywriter and award-winning author. His quirky and inspirational books have inspired thousands of people of all ages around the world and helped them to see life from an entirely new perspective. Read Josh’s unique story
When you feel a little different
Kids of all backgrounds have been drawn to Josh’s books especially those on the Autism spectrum, with ADHD, Dyslexia, learning difficulties, anxiety and depression and those who generally feel like they don’t quite fit in.