Tagged: David Fickling Books

On author 'brands'

Lisa Williamson questions whether she has a "brand", and what that means. Read more

Remembering Mal Peet

I was ludicrously lucky to be Mal Peet’s editor. But not for long enough! And there are others who edited him for longer. And knew... Read more

Visits from the Black Dog

Back in the days when I had regular visits from the Black Dog – the phrase Churchill used to describe his occasional bouts of depression... Read more

Trans action

In the early stages of writing The Art of Being Normal, I asked a group of young transgender people if they felt fairly represented in... Read more

DFB lands Sorosiak's 'warm-hearted' children's non-fiction debut

David Fickling Books has acquired Carlie Sorosiak's first work of non-fiction for children, Roar Like a Lion, illustrated by Katie Walker.... Read more

David Fickling grabs Street Dog Named Pup from Lewis

David Fickling Books has picked up A Street Dog Named Pup, a “heart-warming” middle-grade book by Gill Lewis. Read more

Pullman's Dæmon Voices promoted with Waterstones and indie exclusives

David Fickling Books will promote the paperback of Philip Pullman's Dæmon Voices: On Stories and Storytelling with a special Waterstones edition and an exclusive print for indies.... Read more

Faber will publish audiobook of Sir Paul Nurse's What is Life?

Sir Paul Nurse will narrate the audio edition of his book What is Life?, to be published by Faber in September.... Read more

Jenny Downham: 'Writing from the point of view of someone impulsive is enormously freeing'

Jenny Downham answers our questions about her latest YA novel, Furious Thing (David Fickling Books), which has been shortlisted for the YA Book Prize 2020.... Read more

New YA novel from Anne Fine for David Fickling

David Fickling Books is publishing a new "laugh-out-loud" YA novel from former Children’s Laureate Anne Fine OBE, called Shades of Scarlet. ... Read more

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