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Gillmor retires as cover artist for New Naturalist series

Long-standing cover artist for Collins' New Naturalist series, Robert Gillmor, is retiring after 35 years. Read more

Collins Learning's boss Beecroft on leading the list through a pandemic

From the outside it would seem that Alex Beecroft did not take over as boss of Collins Learning at the easiest of times... Read more

Collins launches Pocket Maps with National Parks UK

Collins is publishing a series of official Pocket Maps in association with National Parks UK, plus accompanying Park Rangers Favourite Walks books. Read more

Egmont and Collins strike 'Paw Patrol' partnership deal

Egmont Books and Collins have acquired publishing rights to pre-school brands "Paw Patrol", the "Paw Patrol Movie" and "Blue’s Clues & You!".... Read more

Collins makes hundreds of books and resources available for free

Collins has made hundreds of books and learning resources free for teachers and families as schools close over the coronavirus. Read more

Collins buys A-Z list in new chapter for brand

Collins has bought the A-Z list and rights to publish its mapping brand, taking the range “into the twenties and beyond”. Read more

'Single-use' beats 'MeToo' to Collins' Word of the Year

‘Single-use’ has been crowned Collins’ Word of the Year 2018 with ‘MeToo’ and ‘gaslighting' also making the list of new additions to the dictionary.... Read more

'Brexit' is Collins' Word of the Year 2016

'Brexit' has been named as dictionary publisher Collins' Word of the Year 2016. Read more

Teach Yourself develops 'Language Hacking' series

Teach Yourself, an imprint of John Murray Learning specialising in self-instruction, is collaborating with a high-profile language blogger to create a "groundbreaking" new series called Language... Read more

Collins tweaks revision focus

Collins Learning is publishing its reading scheme for the trade for the first time, as well as consolidating and repositioning its revision brands to tie... Read more

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