A Bookwagon Experience

A Bookwagon Experience

A Bookwagon Experience It has been a busy few weeks for Bookwagon. We exhibited with Reading Rocks South, thanks to the support of our ‘third wheel’. Our calendar is filling up with book fairs. Schools have booked more writers and illustrators for visits,...
The pictures tell the story

The pictures tell the story

Bookwagon holds fast to a mantra to recommend and sell books we have read and loved only. We describe each title on our site. Customers need to know they can trust our knowledge and experience of children’s books I have worked my way through a host of...
Picture book clues

Picture book clues

Welcome back! The new academic year has begun. Our days are shorter with a distinct chill in the early morning air. Bookwagon has been busy taking bookings for school events and popup sales. We are working to include a wonderful new selection of books aboard the...
Children’s reading choices

Children’s reading choices

What does gender distinction have to do with children’s reading choices? Pink and Blue It wasn’t until the 1980’s that gender specific clothing became common, i.e., pink for girls, blue for boys. The distinction coincided with prenatal testing...
Reading journeys

Reading journeys

‘Reading makes immigrants of us all. It takes us away from home, but more important, it finds homes for us everywhere.’- Jean Rhys To a summer reading challenge I hope you’ve settled into a summer of reading. I wonder about the reading journeys...
In the summertime

In the summertime

‘Winter’s Bone‘ was a breakout movie for Jennifer Lawrence. Emerging from the cinema after watching it, I felt I had hypothermia. The cold, lifeless, grey setting had permeated every part of me. I am similarly affected by my reading matter. I could...