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Fnac's first half results show 'gradual improvement'

Fnac, France's largest cultural product chain, has reported only a slight drop in turnover for the first half of this year, despite shrinking...

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Curriculum changes 'a huge opportunity' for publishers

The biggest changes to the National Curriculum in a decade and a half present a “huge opportunity”, with British education publishers...

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Roald Dahl Funny Prize on hold

Booktrust and the Roald Dahl Literary Estate have put the Roald Dahl Funny Prize on hold until 2016, the year of Dahl’s centenary. The prize...

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Harlequin MIRA signs debut thriller trilogy

Harelquin MIRA has signed a crime trilogy centred around a surgeon with Asperger's accused of murder. Commissioning editor Sally Williamson...

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Juicing title to Mitchell Beazley

Mitchell Beazley, a division of Octopus Publishing Group, is to publish Plenish: Juices to Boost, Cleanse & Heal by juicing expert Kara Rosen...

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History of Wonder Woman to Scribe UK

Scribe UK has signed a history of superhero Wonder Woman by New Yorker journalist Jill Lepore. The Secret History of Wonder Woman tells the story...

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