Quercus is publishing Five Go Absolutely Nowhere, the latest title in its Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups series, inviting readers to join George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy the... Read more
Children’s author Enid Blyton was rejected from featuring on a commemorative 50p coin because the Royal Mint's advisory committee deemed her “racist, sexist, homophobe and not a very... Read more
Buckinghamshire town Beaconsfield will next month unveil a plaque dedicated to children’s author and former resident Alison Uttley.
Hachette Children’s Group has sold Enid Blyton into a 42nd language and is “on track” to hit 50 languages in two years’ time.
Pamela Butchart will write two novels about Enid Blyton’s Secret Seven for Hodder Children’s Books.
A theatre sketch show put on by graduates in Cambridge has received legal threats from Hachette UK for allegedly infringing its Famous Five trademark for the publisher's parody series Five... Read more
Hachette Children’s Group and Book People have announced an “exclusive 18-month direct to consumer partnership” promoting Enid Blyton’s titles.
Enid Blyton Entertainment (EBE), part of Hachette Children’s Group, has announced a raft of new projects at Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2017, including a cookbook... Read more
Quercus is releasing a new tranche of titles in the Enid Blyton for Grown Ups series from Bruno Vincent to help readers celebrate Mother's Day, Father's Day... Read more
Three different sets of spoof titles hit shelves today (3rd November) hoping to cash in on a slice of the success the Ladybird Books for... Read more