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Access to books and reading should be a right

Barrington Stoke' Mairi Kidd asks whether children's publishers operate on assumptions that 'other' some young people. Read more

Barrington Stoke publishes advice pack on teaching dyslexic children at home

Barrington Stoke has published a free digital pack of advice, information and resources to support dyslexic children learning from home.  Read more

Klaus Flugge Prize winner returns with 'powerful' new picture book

Klaus Flugge Prize winner Kate Milner's new picture book has been snapped up by indie Barrington Stoke.  Read more

Bourne strikes YA deal with Barrington Stoke

Holly Bourne, London Book Fair’s author of the day on Thursday, is writing a YA novella for Barrington Stoke. Read more

Anthony McGowan returns to Barrington Stoke for 'Rook' sequel

Anthony McGowan has written a fourth story about brothers Nicky and Kenny, a sequel to the Carnegie-shortlisted Rook. Read more

Former librarian Kate Milner wins Klaus Flugge Prize

Kate Milner, a former librarian, has won this year’s Klaus Flugge Prize for the most exciting newcomer to children’s picture book illustration.... Read more

Barrington Stoke partners with Rewilding Britain

Barrington Stoke is marking the publication of Gill Lewis’s new book Run Wild by partnering with Rewilding Britain. Read more

Pictures of the week

The Laurence King team wear blue in this week's pictures round-up, while Olga Tokarczuk is awarded the 2018 Man Booker International Prize.  Read more

Five 'talented' illustrators make Klaus Flugge shortlist

The shortlist for this year’s Klaus Flugge Prize for debut illustrators is made up of five books that are "full of potential", according to chair... Read more

David to portray the power of sisterhood in new novella

Barrington Stoke has acquired True Sisters, a novella about the power of sisterhood, by YA author Keren David. Read more

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