Happy Holidays from Hinkler!
Happy Holidays from everyone at Hinkler! We wish you a safe and relaxing holiday season and a joyous new year!
2018 absolutely flew by and very exciting things have been happening at Hinkler, so we’ve reflected on some of our highlights.
In April, we released a range of fun and interactive books for children. These books feature fun novelty elements, like sliding pages, wheels to turn, paths to follow and flaps to flip, and introduce important topics for young children, like emotions, animals, the world and counting!
Hinkler’s adult crafting kits just keep getting better and better with our latest addition of Amazing Marbled Creations that allows you to brighten your space with beautiful marbled patterns! We also added to our popular rock-painting kits with Metallic Rock Painting, Christmas Painted Rocks and Positivity Rocks!
We also have our artistic friends (and anyone who wants to hone their artistic skills) covered with Sketch Your World released in October and The Art of Drawing Letters: Hand-Lettering & Calligraphy released in March.
November saw the release of the inspiring picture-story collection We Are Girls. This book was a favourite in the Hinkler studio and we were so excited to share it with the world. We think it is so important to empower young girls and this stunning collection does exactly that!
But at Hinkler, we are always looking forward to the new and exciting things that are coming and 2019 looks like it’s going to be our best yet! We’ve got all of your crafting needs covered with our new adult crafting kits, covering everything from candles to embroidery to dreamcatchers! We’ve got brand-new games to bust out on a rainy day, during the school holidays or on family game nights! You won’t be able to recollect a better time you’ve had! We even have a brand-new series of your favourite classic novels, of course with a Hinkler twist!
Written by Sam | Sam is the Editorial Assistant at Hinkler Books. When she’s not writing or editing she can be found tending to her indoor plants, eating breakfast food or riding her horse, Pi.