Tagged: Hachette Children’s Group

HCG scoops Byrne's YA afterlife love story

Hachette Children’s Group has scooped a YA lesbian love story set in the afterlife by Tanya Byrne in a two-book deal. Read more

HCG lands 'magical' MG titles from Penny Chrimes

Hachette Children’s Group has acquired two "magical" middle-grade titles from author Penny Chrimes.  Read more

Nine children’s publishers sign up to increase reach of McKearney’s Empathy Day

Nine children’s publishers have joined a new collective to boost the work of EmpathyLab, which was set up by Miranda McKearney in 2014 to build... Read more

Dermot O’Leary signs up for more children’s books with HCG

TV presenter Dermot O’Leary is writing two more books in the Toto the Ninja Cat series for Hachette Children’s Group. Read more

Hegarty moves to Hachette Children’s for young reader series

Hachette Children’s Group will this year publish the first series for young readers by Shane Hegarty, author of Darkmouth (HarperCollins Children’s Books).... Read more

New Horrid Henry book to mark series' 25th anniversary in 2019

Francesca Simon is publishing a new Horrid Henry book in 2019 with Hachette Children's Group, as part of the series' 25th birthday celebrations. Read more

STEM the star for British lists in Shanghai

British publishers experienced “extraordinary” interest in their titles at last week’s Shanghai International Book Fair, with Chinese buyers particularly interested in picture books and science... Read more

HCG's 20th anniversary plans for 'Giraffes Can’t Dance'

Hachette Children’s Group is preparing a new publishing programme next year to celebrate 20 years since the publication of Giles Andreae and Guy Parker-Rees’ picture... Read more

Hachette creates new award for northern children's writers

Hachette Children’s Group and New Writing North are creating a new award for debut children’s writers from the North of England. Read more

Children’s book on masculinity signed by Wayland

Wayland Books, part of the Hachette Children’s Group, is publishing a non-fiction title about masculinity by Jeffrey Boakye and Darren Chetty. Read more

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