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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

Always look to the future

Vanessa Harbour shares how being disabled has allowed her to achieve her dream of being a writer.   Read more

Reflecting Realities: why so surprised? An open letter from a small press

In light of the Reflecting Realities report, Katrina Gutierrez explains how the industry can better support small presses working to increase representation in children's books.... Read more

'You don’t need to be a superhero to change the world'

Author Angie Thomas on why she is "tired of talking about racism", but hopeful for the future. Read more

Why CLPE's Reflecting Realities project matters

The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education's chief executive explains why it is launching the UK's first survey of ethnic representation in children’s literature.... Read more

No Room on the Broom

Watch Axel Scheffler tackle Brexit in his acceptance speech for The British Book Awards' inaugural Illustrator of the Year Award. Read more

Finding a home for everyone

BookTrust's c.e.o Diana Gerald explains the challenges of finding books that appeal to children of every background. Read more

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