The Matchbook Classics series by Fourth Estate brings 10 of its noted fiction titles under the same branding—and contained in a matchbox, with an unusual... Read more
After four years of planning and construction, Hachette’s huge new distribution centre—the most expensive capital project in the firm’s history—was officially opened this week.... Read more
This is Going to Hurt for The Tattooist of Auschwitz: Adam Kay’s junior doctor memoir’s haul of Weekly E-Book Ranking number ones has surpassed that... Read more
We're championing eight unrepresented illustrators over two days of Bologna Children's Book Fair.
One of the UK’s best-loved creative duos, Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, muse on two decades of their most famous creation, The Gruffalo.... Read more
The Australian list with a UK outpost is looking to spread its vibrant picture books far and wide, and is seeking compassionate non-fiction at this... Read more
The founder and managing director of Leicester-based children’s publisher Sweet Cherry talks to us about its future plans.
The market for updating fairytales, myths and legends for a contemporary readership has swelled, with a slew of new Rebel Girls as protagonists.
In the year which marks Horrid Henry’s 25th anniversary, Francesca Simon discusses how the series was born.
After stints working in recruitment and as an estate agent, Gemma Cooper wrote an ill-fated ‘terrible Twilight-y’ novel—which circuitously led to her building one of... Read more