Muhammad Khan and his editor Lucy Pearse won this year’s Branford Boase Award with I Am Thunder (Macmillan Children’s Books).
Author Margaret Rooke (fourth from left) at the launch of You Can Change the World!: Everyday Teen Heroes Making a Difference Everywhere (Jessica Kingsley Publishers) with a number of the teen-contributors to the book.
Lucy Worsley and Philip Ardagh were among the authors taking part in this year's Wimpole History Festival, with ticket sales up 20% on 2018. (©Phil Mynott)
Scholastic held a pre-launch party for radio DJs Vick Hope and Roman Kemp at the h club—their book Listen Up will be published this September. (©Patrick Rotello)
Bill Samuels celebrated the launch of his memoir An Accidental Bookseller (Puxley Productions) alongside friends and family at Foyles.
Ladybird celebrated their new publishing programme for 2019 and beyond with a rooftop garden party at Ham Yard Hotel.
Canongate and Profile showcased the best of their autumn lists with drinks and author readings at The Horse Hospital.
The Mainstreet Trading Company celebrated Independent Bookshop Week with a Gruffalo-inspired window illustration and a visit from author Julia Donaldson second right.
HarperCollins celebrated the launch of Ira: The Life and Times of a Princess by Nicholas Foulkes second right at Sotheby's, surrounded by classic works of art. L-R Michael Berger-Sandhofer, Luigi Bonomi, Princess Ira von Furstenberg, Foulkes and Charlie Redmayne. (©Bizzy Arnott)
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- Macmillan to publish YA debut about radicalisation
- The Mainstreet Trading Company triumphs as Britain’s Best Small Shop of 2018
- Pullman, Cassidy and Ardagh voice concern over arts GCSE take-up
- Wimpole History Festival launches this July with National Trust