Pictures of the week

Pictures of the week

On Thursday 22nd June, Nosy Crow celebrated their recent Children’s Publisher of the Year award win and office move with a Summer party. Nosy Crow’s Adrian Soar and Kate Wilson are pictured alongside agent Hilary Delamere. (credit: Dominic Turner)


Abrams & Chronicle Books celebrated Chronicle Books' 50th anniversary on Wednesday 21st June with cake and bubbles. The team are pictured alongside their favourite Chronicle books. 


Blogger Isabella Davidson launched her debut novel The Beta Mum: Adventures in Alpha Land (SilverWood Books) at the Notting Hill Bookshop on Wednesday 21st June. 


Angela Clarke (second from left) launched the third in her social media murder series Trust Me (Avon) at Waterstones Tottenham Court Road on Tuesday 20th June. Clarke was joined by many authors and publishers including Claire McGowan (first left), Karen Sullivan of Orenda Books (front centre), Jake Kerridge of The Telegraph (back centre) and Amanda Lees (far right). (credit: Ben Broomfield Photography)


On Tuesday 20th June, Philip Pullman and Chris Riddell joined guest-of-honour Shirley Hughes at an afternoon tea celebration, hosted by Hughes’ publisher Penguin Random House Children’s.


On Monday 19th June, Bluebird’s How To Eat Well Tour arrived at Twitter HQ. Panellists included: (from left) Dev, Sarah Wilson, Jasmine Hemsley, Joe Wicks and Jessica Sepel.


The winners of the 2017 CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Medals were announced in a ceremony on Monday 19th June. They are pictured alongside the former winners. Front row (L-R): Geraldine McCaughrean, Kevin Brooks, Beverley Naidoo, Pat Hutchins, William Grill and Helen Cooper 
Back row (L-R): Mini Grey, Jim Kay, Michael Foreman, Ruta Sepetys, Lauren Child, Philip Reeve and Lane Smith (credit: Anthony Upton)


Students at Heckmondwike Primary school took part in an activity session with illustrator Nadia Shireen as part of the Jo Cox Foundation's 'Great Get Together' initiative on Friday 16th June.


Supermodel Twiggy and her husband Leigh Lawson attended the launch of I Me Mine: The Extended Edition (Genesis) by George Harrison, which took place at the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms in London on Thursday 15th June. (credit: David Parry/PA Wire)


Comedians Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam and racing driver Damon Hill were also in attendance at the star-studded event, which featured a pop-up exhibition of works by George Harrison. (credit: David Parry/PA Wire)


On Thursday 15th June, Catherine Barter launched her debut novel Troublemakers (Andersen Press) at radical bookshop Housmans in King’s Cross, where Barter is co-manager.