An Post: delivering creativity to children

An Post: delivering creativity to children

 An Post, in partnership with Children’s Books, Ireland have distributed a free 24-page #ImagineNation playbook to children all over Ireland to enjoy. The campaign is aimed at helping families confined to their homes by COVID-19.

The #ImagineNation playbook is full of  drawing, writing and mindfulness exercises from leading Irish children’s authors and illustrators including Oliver Jeffers, Chris Haughton, Sarah Crossan, Don Conroy, Niall Breslin, Niamh Sharkey and many more. The book will be accessible to all children to download as well as being delivered free by An Post to thousands of houses around the country.

Debbie Byrne, Managing Director, An Post Retail says: “An Post has a long history in fostering creativity and literacy skills through our schools programme, our involvement with Adult Literacy and NALA and the An Post Irish Book Awards. With parents taking a much needed break from home schooling over the Easter, An Post is delighted to help families make good use of staying home together. We very much look forward to seeing the fun, creativity and memories that #ImagineNation will generate.”

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