Phaidon Press ventures into children's books

<p>Phaidon Press is to launch a new children's list this summer, in its first move into the children's market.</p><p>Publisher Amanda Renshaw said that Phaidon's children's titles will focus on art and design, reflecting the transatlantic company's existing publishing output.</p><p>Its first children's launch is French classic Nicholas by Ren&eacute; Goscinny (author of the Asterix titles) and illustrated by Jean-Jacques Semp&eacute;. Phaidon's English-language version in June will have separate UK and US editions.</p><p>Renshaw said: "We were looking at the work of Semp&eacute; and noticed...

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