When I was 10, I was given a dictionary for my birthday. It wasn’t any normal dictionary like the Macquarie or Oxford, it was the Misspellers Dictionary – perfect for kids like me, who couldn’t spell to save themselves. You looked up how you thought a word was spelled, and then the Misspellers Dictionary would … Continue reading The Boy Who Couldn’t Spell
I originally took this photo of a broken-down elevator to use as a metaphor for how we feel about life and ourselves, however seeing it was a little blurry, I went to reshoot it. When I went back, there was a security dude standing next to it. ‘Can I take a photo of the sign?’ … Continue reading This Photo is a Lie
"Langley's little books with BIG messages of self-help and self-esteem are a house favourite here. Neither overtly moralistic nor sermonic, they present beautiful messages of love, understanding and hope, accompanied with novel, cartoon-esque illustrations. This one encourages kids to acknowledge their self-worth and stick by themselves, 100% of the time. It explores feelings, emotions that … Continue reading 5 Star review on Goodreads
How do you prepare for 'back to school'? Young Emma has been reading Being You is Enough, especially her favourite page as a way of getting into the zone for the new school year! Pic courtesy of her mum, Shelley.
Just before Christmas I was lucky enough to be interviewed for the great Children's Book Blog, Just Write for Kids Australia. JANUARY 19, 2017 BY JUST WRITE FOR KIDS #InterviewByBook with Josh Langley Title: Being You is Enough and other important stuff Author: Josh Langley Illustrator: Josh Langley Publisher: Big Sky Publishing Genre: Illustrated Kids Book Age … Continue reading Interview with Just Write for Kids