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Tsang duo and Adam Kay make Lollies shortlists

Adam Kay is joined by Katie and Kevin Tsang on the shortlists for this year's Laugh Out Loud Awards, better known as the Lollies, celebrating the... Read more

Usborne sells Ivison's middle-grade début to four territories

The 'fashion tale with a femisit twist' House of Seredipity is snapped up across Europe Read more

Children's publishers pay tribute to Scholastic 'visionary' Robinson

Children's publishers have paid tribute to "visionary" Scholastic c.e.o. Dick Robinson, who passed away unexpectedly at the weekend, aged 84. Read more

Usborne acquires David Farr's 'extraordinary' debut children's title in two-book deal

Usborne has acquired The Book of Stolen Dreams, the debut children’s novel from UK screenwriter and director David Farr, in a two-book deal.... Read more

Usborne acquires three more from Patel

Usborne has acquired three more books in Serena Patel's Anisha Mistry series. Read more

Bell and NLT invite kids to join letter writing project

Usborne author PG Bell, creator of the children’s book series The Train to Impossible Places, has partnered with the National Literacy Trust and The Postal Museum... Read more

Usborne bags two more historical titles from Howell

Usborne has acquired two more titles from middle-grade historical mystery writer A M Howell, author of The Garden of Lost Secrets and The House of One Hundred Clocks,... Read more

Usborne pre-empts Quach's 'incisive, feminist' YA debut

Usborne is set to publish Michelle Quach's first work of young adult fiction next year, with a second novel to follow in 2022.  Read more

Usborne to publish Anderson's Russian folklore-inspired adventure

Usborne has acquired a new middle-grade adventure inspired by Russian folklore from Sophie Anderson.   Read more

Usborne acquires semi-autobiographical tale of immigrant experience

Usborne will publish A Glasshouse of Stars, a middle-grade novel by Chinese-Australian author Shirley Marr.  Read more

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