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Tokarczuk's first children's book to Seven Stories Press

Seven Stories Press UK will publish The Lost Soul, the first children's book by Polish author Olga Tokarczuk, translated into English by Antonia Lloyd-Jones and illustrated... Read more

Andersen Press partners with Seven Stories for virtual storytimes

Andersen Press has partnered with Seven Stories to provide weekly virtual story times free of charge throughout the coronavirus pandemic.  Read more

New sponsor for Seven Stories’ ‘Authors into Schools’ programme

Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books, will reach 12,000 children via its Authors into Schools programme this year thanks to a new sponsor.... Read more

David Almond | 'The North is a culturally rich place to be, it’s just how it is'

Award-winning writer David Almond reflects on how his broad backlist has been influenced by his surroundings.   Read more

Seven Stories chief Kate Edwards stands down after 12 years

Seven Stories c.e.o. Kate Edwards is stepping down from her role at the centre after 12 years. Read more

Cheltenham rolls out teachers reading network nationwide

Cheltenham Festivals is rolling out its network of free teachers’ reading groups nationally, in partnership with a number of children’s book organisations including Centre for Literacy... Read more

Kerr and Morpurgo support Seven Stories expansion campaign

Children’s authors Judith Kerr and Michael Morpurgo will next week launch a campaign to fund a new gallery at Seven Stories, the Newcastle-based National Centre... Read more

David Almond entrusts archive to Seven Stories

Children’s author David Almond has donated his archive to Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books. Read more

Seven Stories acquires Agard and Nichols archives

Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books, has acquired the archives of poets John Agard and Grace Nichols thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund... Read more

Seven Stories crowdfunds for inclusive storytelling plans

Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books, will next week launch a crowdfunding campaign for events that are suitable for children with special educational... Read more

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