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Bloomsbury Children's Books bags two more from Simmons and Reed

Bloomsbury Children’s Books has scooped two more “comedy gold dust" adventures from writer Jo Simmons and illustrator Nathan Reed. Read more

Donnelly joins Bloomsbury Children's Books

Scholastic’s Strawberrie Donnelly has joined Bloomsbury Children’s Books in the newly created role of art director. Read more

Rizzle Kicks’ Jordan Stephens signs six-figure deal with Bloomsbury Children’s

Bloomsbury Children’s Books has signed Jordan Stephens, best known for being one half of Rizzle Kicks, in a six-figure three-book deal. Read more

Faber named Publisher of the Year at IPG awards

Faber & Faber scooped the top prize at this year’s IPG Independent Publishing Awards, being named Ingram Content Group Independent Publisher of the Year.... Read more

Puffin and Bloomsbury strike twice on Oscar’s Book Prize shortlist

Penguin Random House division Puffin and Bloomsbury both have two titles shortlisted for this year’s £5,000 Oscar’s Book Prize. Read more

Bloomsbury commissions illustrator Gravett for Rowling's Quidditch book

Bloomsbury Children’s Books has commissioned author and artist Emily Gravett to create images for an illustrated edition of J K Rowling’s Quidditch Through the Ages.... Read more

Katherine Rundell | 'I will be writing children’s books until I am old'

Children’s author Katherine Rundell steals the show with her new novel, a pacy tale about a well intentioned heist.   Read more

Bloomsbury Children’s to publish YouTuber Lex Croucher

Bloomsbury Children’s Books has acquired a survival guide for teenagers by YouTuber Lex Croucher. Read more

Pictures of the week

This week's pictures round-up features Nick Hewer at Dulwich Literary Festival, a burlesque performer, the SYP Autumn Conference and Mount Everest. Read more

Catherine Doyle | 'The Middle-Grade community is very supportive . . . I hope they don’t mind me sneaking in'

The irish writer weaves real nautical history with fantastical elements in her first novel for the Middle-Grade readership. Read more

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