Over the past year I've been working on a very special book project: along with my colleague Hilary Emmett, students from our final year module on nineteenth century children's literature, designer Emily Benton, and UEA's Boiler House Press we've been busy producing a new edition of Susan Coolidge's beloved book for children, What Katy Did. 2022 is its 150th anniversary, so this is timely on a number of levels! Working collaboratively on this new critical edition - the first of its kind - has been a wonderful experience and I'm looking forward to talking more about the genesis and development of the project at our book launch on November 30th at 5pm. You can register for the event, for free, here. And you pre-order your copy here (or here on amazon).
"She was a dear, loving child [...] and made bushels of good resolutions every week of her life, only unluckily she never kept any of them."— Boiler House Press (@bhousepress) November 18, 2021
Find out more about the main character of the rediscovered classic, 'What Katy Did'. 👧
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Read all about the font at the heart of 'What Katy Did', making it more legible and accessible for all.— Boiler House Press (@bhousepress) November 12, 2021
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🦗 What's with the crickets on this and other tweets? Now you know! You’re welcome. Don’t forget to order your copy https://t.co/PAXXXgc1oD and join us and @ThomasRuysSmith @harriet_cooper_ @AmericanStudies & @uniofeastanglia on Nov 30th to learn more: https://t.co/iMIq36WM1o 🦗 pic.twitter.com/onHjz9X5Vz— Publishing Project (@UEAPublishing) November 25, 2021
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