Tagged: David Higham Associates

PMJ snaffles Stephen Fry's tie tribute

Penguin Michael Joseph will publish Stephen Fry's new book about neckwear, Fry's Ties, inspired by his rediscovery of long-forgotten clothing in lockdown.... Read more

Firefly to publish Chester's middle grade novel about selective mutism

Firefly Press has acquired Call Me Lion, a middle grade novel about selective mutism by Camilla Chester.  Read more

Diamond moves to Quercus after 14 years with Pan Mac

Lucy Diamond is moving to Quercus in a new two-book deal after 14 years with Pan Macmillan.  Read more

Yin's Malaysian cookbook hits the spot for Quadrille

Quadrille has snapped up Mandy Yin's Sambal Shiok: A Malaysian Cookbook. Read more

Atlantic lands Walters' English Civil War historical novel

Atlantic has landed The Swift and the Harrier, a new historical novel about the English Civil War by Minette Walters. Read more

Puffin acquires new picture book inspired by Roald Dahl

Puffin has acquired a new picture book "inspired by the mischief and magic" of Roald Dahl stories and illustrated by Quentin Blake. Read more

Storymix founder Richards to publish middle-grade title with UCLan

UCLan Publishing has acquired The Unmorrow Curse, a middle-grade fiction title from Jasmine Richards, author, screenwriter and founder of the inclusive fiction studio Storymix. ... Read more

Firefly to publish 'thrilling' Davies environmental adventure this autumn

Firefly Press will publish Nicola Davies' The Song that Sings Us, an environmental adventure novel for readers aged 12 and over, illustrated by Jackie Morris. ... Read more

Jacqueline Wilson reimagines The Railway Children for Puffin

Jacqueline Wilson has reimagined E Nesbit's classic The Railway Children as a “thrilling modern adventure", to be published by Puffin.... Read more

Barrington Stoke to publish Milner picture book on homelessness

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

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