Tagged: HarperCollins Children's Books

Morpurgo pens refugee tale inspired by Jonathan Swift

HarperCollins Children’s Books will this autumn publish a Michael Morpurgo book about a refugee from Afghanistan, inspired by Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels. ... Read more

HarperCollins Children’s signs French and Reed for young fiction series

HarperCollins Children’s Books will this October start publishing a young fiction series set in a magical werewolf world. Read more

David Walliams targets teachers with new short story collection

David Walliams’ next children’s book will be The World’s Worst Teachers, a short story collection about “splendidly sinister” pedagogues. ... Read more

Pictures of the week

Handmaids hand out free Margaret Atwood books in this week's pictures round-up, in celebration of World Book Night. Read more

New fable by Oliver Jeffers from HarperCollins

Oliver Jeffers’ next book, due for release by HarperCollins Children’s Books in September, will be a modern-day fable for readers of all ages.... Read more

Walliams' Fing pings into the number one spot

David Walliams' Fing (HarperCollins), illustrated by Tony Ross, has barrelled into the UK Official Top 50 number one spot in its first three days on... Read more

Rachel Bright’s Love Monster series scoops TV deal

Canada’s Boat Rocker Studios, Chinese animation company UYoung and the BBC are developing Rachel Bright’s Love Monster series into an animated series.... Read more

HarperCollins Childrens signs multi-book deal with Michael Morpurgo

HarperCollins Children's executive publisher Ann-Janine Murtagh has acquired world rights to four books—two novels, a novella and an illustrated gift title—by Michael Morpurgo.... Read more

Walliams targets 7+ readers with new ‘daft story’

David Walliams’ next publication, a funny story entitled Fing, "dovetails seamlessly" with his short stories and middle-grade novels, according to his publisher HarperCollins Children’s Books.... Read more

Holly Smale | 'The books you love at that age stay with you forever'

Bestselling YA author Holly Smale returns with a new series that explores perception and reality in the age of social media. Read more

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