Barrington Stoke' Mairi Kidd asks whether children's publishers operate on assumptions that 'other' some young people.
Edinburgh-based children’s publisher Barrington Stoke's editorial director Ailsa Bathgate reflects on 12 months of awards recognition, which has seen its titles reach young readers across the board. ... Read more
Barrington Stoke will publish Kate Milner's picture book Nowhere to Call Home, which will explore the growing problem of homelessness in a "gentle yet powerful" way.... Read more
Barrington Stoke has acquired The Great (Food) Bank Heist, a "heartfelt adventure" from Onjali Q Raúf that will offer a child’s perspective on the rapidly... Read more
Barrington Stoke will publish The Humiliations of Welton Blake, a new teen novella from Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize winner Alex Wheatle. ... Read more
Oxford University Press and Barrington Stoke have partnered to create the 'Super-Readable Rollercoasters' range for readers aged 11-plus.
Gill Lewis returns to Barrington Stoke for a third children's book, Swan Song, which will explore issues of anxiety and depression in young people, while also looking... Read more
Barrington Stoke will publish Rock Bottom: A Midsummer Nightmare and Tripwrecked!, two Shakespeare-inspired middle-grade novels by Ross Montgomery.
Winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2020 Vashti Hardy is to publish The Griffin Gate with Barrington Stoke.
Barrington Stoke will publish middle-grade story Queen of King Street, written and illustrated by Tom McLaughlin.