Tagged: Hachette Children's

Five questions for... Kit de Waal

Kit de Waal talks to us about her reimagining of Moby Dick, Becoming Dinah, which is the launch title for Orion Children’s Books’ new YA feminist series, Bellatrix. ... Read more

Five questions for...James Harris, Hachette Children’s Novel Award winner

James Harris is the winner of the inaugural £5,000 Hachette Children’s Novel Award, a prize set up by New Writing North and Hachette Children’s Group... Read more

Mary Shelley biography to mark Frankenstein's 200th anniversary

Wren & Rook, an imprint of Hachette Children’s Group, is marking next month’s 200th anniversary of Frankenstein with a book about Mary Shelley.... Read more

Nadiya Hussain pens festive cookbook for Hachette Children's

Hachette Children’s Group is publishing a second cookbook and storybook compilation by "Great British Bake Off" winner and author Nadiya Hussain, Nadiya's Bake Me a Festive Story, this October.... Read more

Hachette Children's restructures PR team

Hachette Children’s Group has restructured its PR department with two new appointments and three promotions after the former head of publicity left to go freelance.... Read more

HCG’s Pat-a-Cake secures first licensing deal

Pat-a-Cake, the new baby, preschool and early years imprint from Hachette Children’s Group (HCG), has signed its first licensing deal to publish books based on... Read more

Antscherl joins Hachette Children’s

Alex Antscherl will join Hachette Children’s Group as editorial director for Enid Blyton this August, where she will be responsible for developing the Blyton brand.... Read more

Hachette Children’s opens Carmelite Prize for student illustrators

Hachette Children’s Group is offering a student the chance to illustrate a picture book by Cressida Cowell, thanks to a new competition. Read more

Franklin Watts pays tribute to 'gentle' art designer Hair

Franklin Watts has paid tribute to its former art director Jonathan Hair, who has died. Read more

Book Review: Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin

Sam Pope says Ryan Graudin's Wolf by Wolf is as fast-paced and tense as The Hunger Games. Read more

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