Walker Books held a tea party at their offices to celebrate Shirley Hughes’ 90th birthday on Thursday 13th July.
Patrice Lawrence (right) launched her second YA novel Indigo Donut (Hodder Children’s Books) at Waterstones Trafalgar Square on Wednesday 12th July. Lawrence is pictured alongside Hodder Children’s Books' senior commissioning editor Emma Goldhawk.
HRH the Duchess of Cornwall celebrated her 70th birthday by delivering 70 primary schools a set of 70 books. HRH is pictured alongside authors, pupils and charity partners at a Clarence House garden party held to mark the event, on Tuesday 11th July.
Little Tiger Press celebrated the launch of Fairy Tale Pets by Tracey Corderoy (centre right) and Jorge Martin (centre left) on Tuesday 11th July at Bright Emporium. Guests included (from left) Vicki Willden-Lebrecht, Anne Moore Armstrong, Sadia Chowdhury, Barry Timms, Jude Evans and Eve White.
On Monday 10th July, Ebury held a food writing showcase at the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho.
Guests at the star-studded event included Sarah and Rick Stein and Mary Berry.
More than 50 members of staff at Penguin Random House took to the streets of central London on Saturday 8th July to march in support of Pride.
On Friday 7th July, Hay-on-Wye HQ held a surprise get together to celebrate 30 years of Hay and Peter Florence’s (centre) hard work.
Abi Silver launched her debut crime novel The Pinocchio Brief (Lightning Books) at Waterstone’s Leadenhall Market on Thursday 6th July. Silver is pictured alongside publisher Dan Hiscocks.
Paul Flynn read from his new publication Good as You (Ebury Press) at PRH's Penguin Pride event, which took place at Proud in Camden on Wednesday 5th July.
Dorothy Koomson was presented with the Gold Bookseller Award (for sales of 500,000 copies) for My Best Friend’s Girl (Sphere) and her Silver Bookseller Award (250,000 copies) for Marshmallows for Breakfast (Sphere).