Usborne is set to publish Michelle Quach's first work of young adult fiction next year, with a second novel to follow in 2022.
Usborne has acquired a new middle-grade adventure inspired by Russian folklore from Sophie Anderson.
Usborne will publish A Glasshouse of Stars, a middle-grade novel by Chinese-Australian author Shirley Marr.
Holly Bourne answers our questions about her YA novel tackling toxic relationships, The Places I've Cried in Public (Usborne), which has been shortlisted for the... Read more
Usborne has acquired two middle-grade titles by Clare Povey, editor of the Writers' & Artists' Yearbook and creator of the Writers' & Artists' Working Class Writers' Prize.... Read more
Usborne is launching Play and Learn at Home, a digital campaign to keep children stimulated during the lockdown, alongside reducing all its e-books to 99p... Read more
Mitch Johnson—who last year won the Branford Boase Award for his debut Kick published by Usborne—is moving to Hachette Children's Group for his second title.... Read more
Usborne is recalling a batch of its That’s not my monkey… books over fears of mould due to a problem with warehouse cartons.... Read more
Usborne has acquired a new series by award-winning author and illustrator Hannah Shaw in a three-book deal at auction.
Usborne is reissuing a 1977 cult children’s book about ghosts with a foreword by actor and writer Reece Shearsmith.