Welcome to Armadillo
Armadillo Children's Book Review Magazine continues to expand, maintaining its popularity and reputation, thanks to the many book reviews written by our fantastic team of volunteers. We owe a huge thanks to our growing team of volunteers avidly reading and reviewing these many exciting and varied books.
In addition, there are regular feature articles showcasing innovation and exciting developments in the children's book world. Team Armadillo continues to be thankful to all the publishers who offer us exciting opportunities to read so many new books, meet their amazing creators and celebrate the vibrant world that is children's publishing.
Armadillo is published quarterly. Since we can't wait that long to keep you informed about new publications and forthcoming events we post regularly on social media: Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Follow us on social media for more reviews, comments, pictures and of course competitions and the chance to win great prizes.
We do hope you are enjoying Jess’s weekly blog and the regular postings on social media. It is a great way of keeping up-to-date with new releases, current developments, seasonal themes and competitions. Thank you to all those who joined in the fun of our Book Advent. Plenty more are planned for 2020. Don't forget to check out Jess' latest blog posts.
We hope you enjoy Armadillo. If you like what you see, come back for more, follow our social media accounts and please spread the word that we are here.
Louise Ellis-Barrett, MA, MSc, BA (Hons), MCLIP, Librarian and part-time PhD student, book lover extraordinaire!
Simon Barrett, Secondary School Teacher of Religion, Philosophy and Ethics, serious about his reading and ice cream.
Jess Zahra, English Literature student, dedicated Brontë and Carter fanatic, lover of big, dark sweeping tales!
What is Armadillo?
Armadillo Children's Book Review Magazine is a popular and reputable quarterly publication with a strong presence on social media. It continues to focus on reviewing the latest books published for children and young adults as well as featuring exciting new developments in the publishing world of children and young adult books.
Since its creation in 1999 by author and publisher Mary Hoffman, Armadillo Magazine continues to grow. It is currently edited by Louise Ellis-Barrett.
If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, then please contact Louise (firstname.lastname@example.org).