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Phonics publishers’ joy as government steps back from Letters and Sounds

Educational lists have spoken of their relief after the Department for Education said it would not further develop its Letters and Sounds programme for phonics... Read more

Nobrow lines up three further Hilda adventures as Netflix adaptation enters second series

​Nobrow will next month release three further Hilda books to tie in with the release of the second TV series starring the character on Netflix.... Read more

Authors Aloud seeks to make noise with its virtual roster of author events

With almost 300 authors and illustrators on its books, Authors Aloud UK—which facilitated creatives’ visits to schools in the pre-Covid world—has pivoted into online launches... Read more

Why are we squeezing creative writing out of schools?

Publicist and debut children's author Liz Hyder calls on publishers to be more vocal about the negative impacts of creative writing being sidelined by the current education... Read more

Roll up for the main event

The Bookseller's editor Philip Jones shares what attendees can expect from the Children's Conference 2019. Read more

Twenty years of the Branford Boase Award

Julia Eccleshare reflects on two decades of the Branford Boase Award—the only award to recognise both author and editor. Read more

Books beyond the shadow of Brexit

Brexit may have cast a shadow over the UK’s relationship with Europe but children’s publishers are maintaining an international outlook when it comes to business.... Read more

Getting children reading

Hachette Children’s Group is on a mission to get more children reading—c.e.o. Hilary Murray Hill explains why. Read more

From blog to bookshelf

YA author Estelle Maskame shares her experience of going from writing on Watppad to publication with Scottish indie Black & White Publishing. Read more

Announcing the Oscar's

James Ashton reflects on the last few years of Oscar's Book Prize—and what he hopes to see submitted in 2019. Read more

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