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A letter to booksellers

Dear booksellers,  Nosy Crow publishes Refuge on 12th November. It is a book I dearly hope you will all support.   Like you,... Read more

Nosy Crow nabs three Naylor-Ballesteros picture books on eve of Bologna

Nosy Crow has bought three picture books by author-illustrator Chris Naylor-Ballesteros on the eve of the Bologna Book Fair. Read more

Publishers back Young Fiction to take flight

Middle Grade may be the dominant force in children’s fiction at the moment, but a number of UK publishers are backing early readers series to... Read more

Nosy Crow buys two by Catherine Bruton

Nosy Crow has acquired two standalone books by Catherine Bruton, the author of I Predict a Riot and We Can Be Heroes (Egmont).... Read more

STEM the star for British lists in Shanghai

British publishers experienced “extraordinary” interest in their titles at last week’s Shanghai International Book Fair, with Chinese buyers particularly interested in picture books and science... Read more

Fundraising appeal for Nosy Crow's Ola Gotkowska reaches first target

A fundraising appeal launched to support Nosy Crow’s rights manager Ola Gotkowska, who was diagnosed with the degenerative illness Motor Neurone Disease earlier this year,... Read more

Appeal launched for Nosy Crow's Ola Gotkowska

A fundraising appeal has been launched to support Nosy Crow's 32-year-old rights manager Ola Gotkowska, who was diagnosed with the degenerative illness Motor Neurone Disease earlier... Read more

Nosy Crow buys Nizrana Farook debut

Nosy Crow has bought a middle grade novel set in Sri Lanka by Nizrana Farook, who graduated from the Bath Spa MA Writing for Young... Read more

Publishers praise 'successful' BIBF

After a "frantic" few days at the Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF) last week, UK publishers have reported a successful fair with their Chinese counterparts hungry... Read more

Illustrated anthology of nature poetry sees Preston-Gannon spread her wings

A bumper anthology of nature poems, backed by the National Trust, was the dream brief for an illustrator whose portfolio was already filled with impressive... Read more

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