Tagged: Katherine Rundell

Speakers look to the future at Bookseller Children’s Conference

​New routes to market and the future of children’s publishing are some of the topics that will be under discussion at The Bookseller Children’s Conference,... Read more

Pictures of the week

A number of literary prizes were awarded this week, while independent bookshops across the country celebrated Independent Bookshop Week. Read more

Plans for Independent Bookshop Week revealed

Authors will tour independent bookshops, illustrators will create special shop windows and limited edition and early book releases will take place to celebrate this year’s... Read more

Katherine Rundell | 'I will be writing children’s books until I am old'

Children’s author Katherine Rundell steals the show with her new novel, a pacy tale about a well intentioned heist.   Read more

Pictures of the week

Picador and Hachette host their annual showcases in this week's pictures round-up, while authors—including former McFly member Dougie Poynter—attend an Authors4Ocean event.  ... Read more

Rundell hits 25 for RCW

Katherine Rundell has been sold into 25 languages, with agency RCW chalking up six new territories for the Costa Children’s Book Award-winner in the run-up... Read more

Rundell pens Jungle Book stories for MCB

Macmillan Children’s Books will this September publish a collection of stories, based on Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, by Katherine Rundell.... Read more

Coelho and Thomas nominated alongside Ness and Rundell in more inclusive Carnegie longlist

Established names such as Patrick Ness, Katherine Rundell and Jim Kay are longlisted for the 2018 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway medals alongside debut authors... Read more

Kerridge rustles up another week at number one

Tom Kerridge’s Lose Weight for Good (Absolute) has eased in for a fourth week in total as the UK Official Top 50 number one, selling 34,843 copies... Read more

Pictures of the week

This week the winner of the Costa Book of the Year award was announced, while Pan Macmillan celebrated women's fiction and Usborne signed its "most significant... Read more

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