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Oxford Children’s revamps its offer across trade and home learning

Products for children under the age of 11 are to be regrouped on OUP’s Oxford Children’s list, after a reassessment of its output across both... Read more

OUP unveils new logo to mark digital-first shift

Oxford University Press (OUP) has launched new branding to mark its move towards becoming a digital-first business.  Read more

OUP launches children's version of Very Short Introductions series

Oxford University Press is launching a children’s version of its Very Short Introductions series aimed at youngsters aged nine to 12. ... Read more

OUP joins PRH Lit in Colour campaign

Oxford University Press has joined Penguin Random House's Lit in Colour campaign to help schools create a more representative reading experience in the classroom.... Read more

Dassu, Child and McNicoll shortlisted for Little Rebels Award

Debut authors A M Dassu, Rosie Haine and Elle McNicoll have been shortlisted for this year's Little Rebels Award for Radical Children's Fiction. ... Read more

Jodie Lancet-Grant | 'It’s vital that all children get to see all different kinds of families in an incidental way'

The Pirate Mums, the picture book by debut author Jodie Lancet-Grant and illustrator Lydia Corry,... Read more

OUP launches award for 'lockdown learning heroes'

Oxford University Press is launching the Oxford Owl Lockdown Learning Heroes Award to recognise those who are going above and beyond during the latest lockdown in tackling the challenges... Read more

OUP latest to release free e-picture book about coronavirus pandemic

Oxford University Press will publish Winnie and Wilbur Stay at Home by illustrator Korky Paul today (Wednesday 13th May). Read more

OUP Children's list to leverage Oxford's expertise in children's language development

Oxford University Press have revealed a new series titled Big Words for Little People. Read more

OUP lands BBC Sports reporter’s debut children’s novel in two-book deal

Oxford University Press has snapped up the stand-alone debut children’s novel from BBC Sports reporter Joe Wilson. Read more

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