Tagged: Ladybird

Ladybird reveals promotions and new recruits for editorial

Ladybird has made a series of promotions and appointments across its editorial team, including promoting Louie Stowell to publisher for Ladybird Trade. Read more

Ladybird to publish new What to Look for... series

Ladybird will publish a new pocket-sized illustrated non-fiction series, A Ladybird Book, in 2020 including four new What to Look for... titles. Read more

Penguin Ventures turns Ten Minutes To Bed into IP brand

Penguin Ventures will introduce Ten Minutes To Bed, a new preschool Intellectual Property brand derived from the Ladybird Books picture book series. Read more

PRH-backed StorySign app launches on Apple iOS

StorySign, a free mobile app that translates children’s books into sign language, has launched on Apple iOS. Read more

Dow hails Puffin's 'great new adventure in non-fiction' at summer party

PRH Children's m.d. Francesca Dow hailed Puffin’s “great new adventure in non-fiction” and the importance of literary adaption and evolution at Penguin Random House Children’s Summer... Read more

Pictures of the week

Profile, Canongate and Ladybird celebrate their 2019 autumn lists in this week's pictures round-up, while The Mainstreet Trading Company sports a Gruffalo-inspired window illustration. Read more

Ladybird spreads its wings with new non-fiction list and an expanded team

Ladybird, part of Penguin Random House Children’s, will next year bring back a range of miniature hardback non-fiction books as part of the relaunch of... Read more

PRH Children’s hires Alex Moyet as brand director

Alex Moyet, formerly senior marketing manager at Activision, has joined Penguin Random House (PRH) Children’s as brand director. Read more

Debut author and illustrator Kim Hillyard signs with Ladybird

Ladybird, part of Penguin Random House Children’s, has acquired a picture book about Mabel, an unlikely hero, from self-taught author and illustrator Kim Hillyard.... Read more

PRH hires two more for Ladybird’s licensing team

Penguin Random House has hired Lou Grosart and Ned Hartley as part of its Ladybird licensing team. Read more

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