Tagged: HarperCollins Children's

HarperCollins buys final Skulduggery trilogy

HarperCollins is to release the final trio in the second Skulduggery Pleasant series which promises “blood will be spilled, pages will be turned, and tears will be... Read more

Walliams writes SF fantasy set in future Buckingham Palace for November publication

David Walliams’ next book will be a science-fiction fantasy adventure titled The Beast of Buckingham Palace, marking “a real departure” for the bestselling author, HarperCollins Children's... Read more

HarperCollins Children's secures global rights for Netflix series Our Planet

HarperCollins Children’s Books has acquired exclusive global rights to publish children’s books based on "Our Planet", a TV show narrated by Sir David Attenborough that... Read more

Judith Kerr on earning her stripes as author and illustrator

On the 50th anniversary of The Tiger Who Came to Tea, author and illustrator Judith Kerr talks about creating the classic picture book, despite failing a... Read more

HC Children's inks deal with Dr Seuss

HarperCollins Children’s Books has signed an exclusive deal with Dr. Seuss Enterprises to publish 45 classic titles in e-book format with synchronised audio. Read more

Bad Dad motors into number one spot as Walliams' fastest seller

David Walliams’ Bad Dad (HarperCollins Children's) has screeched into the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 92,667 copies for £559,227. Read more

HarperCollins signs seven book deal starring child detective

HarperCollins Children’s Books has bought seven titles about a child detective from British author Andrew Clover and US based illustrator Ralph Lazar, following a “hotly contested auction”.... Read more

Paddington Bear creator Michael Bond dies aged 91

Paddington Bear creator Michael Bond has died at home aged 91 following a short illness. Read more

Hardacre leaves HarperCollins to go freelance

Jo Hardacre is leaving HarperCollins to begin a freelance venture. Read more

Judith Kerr's next picture book based on author's ninth cat

HarperCollins has bought a new book from Judith Kerr, inspired by the 94-year-old author's ninth pet cat Katinka. Read more

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