So what happened this week at designist?
The Make and Move Mega Dinosaurs made a roaring come back... 5 deadly paper dinosaurs in one box to press out and put together. No scissors required. For ages 8 and up.
If you've been looking to find out more about Bullet Journalling, look no further...we now have the official book by Ryder Carroll, the creator of the Bullet Journal method. A valuable resource for any kind of bullet journaller, it might just change your life.
We also added this collectors edition of four of Oliver Jeffers' most loved stories to our range of Children's books this week. How to Catch a Star, Lost and Found, The Way Back Home and Up and Down are reprinted in this edition and with distinctive sketches, notes and ideas from Jeffers' sketchbooks you will get a unique insight into the life stories of these lovely books. A collection that will be loved and treasured by any Oliver Jeffers fan.
We weren't taking any sides on election day...
The shortlist for the An Post Book Awards was announced on Thursday and many designist favourites have made the cut! The best part of the awards is that the public can join in and vote online for the best books of the year. Check out the An Post Irish Book Awards website to vote.
If you dropped in on Saturday, you might have caught us looking pretty smug in the sunshine as we prepared to close for a couple of days for the bank holiday.