Tagged: Jim Kay

BookTrust marks 20 years of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Bloomsbury has partnered with BookTrust to mark 20 years since publication of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, with artists such as Chris Riddell and... Read more

Illustrated Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone gets paperback release

Bloomsbury is set to publish an illustrated version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in paperback this August. Read more

Harry Potter exhibition goes online

Google is hosting the British Library’s History of Magic exhibition online as the physical version closes its doors. Read more

Harry Potter book sales top 500 million worldwide

Sales of J K Rowling’s Harry Potter books have exceeded 500 million worldwide, according to Bloomsbury. Read more

Ross proves the top draw in 2017 illustrator chart

Tony Ross has topped The Bookseller’s year-end illustrator chart for a third year in a row, after his books earned more than £16m in 2017—£7.3m... Read more

A sneak peek at the British Library's Harry Potter exhibition

Unseen material from J K Rowling and Bloomsbury’s personal collections sit alongside artefacts from the British Library's archives in the new Harry Potter: A History of... Read more

Origin bursts into the charts with 100,000 copies sold

Dan Brown’s Origin (Bantam) has cracked the code to the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 100,095 copies for £1m according to Nielsen... Read more

Illustrated Harry Potter to be released in digital

Jim Kay’s illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone will be available digitally through Amazon Kindle for the first time this September.... Read more

Riddell, Peet and Rosoff make Carnegie and Kate Greenaway shortlists

Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell is in the running to win a record-breaking fourth CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal after being shortlisted for this year’s prize, while... Read more

Ross is boss among illustrators in 2016

Familiar faces fill the top of the illustrator chart, with backlist a big factor, but some lesser-known artists show signs they could break into the... Read more

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