Hachette Children’s Group has acquired a non-fiction collection of 100 "weird and wonderful" creatures by author Sarah Banville and illustrator Quinton Winter who worked on Stories for Boys Who Dare to... Read more
Hachette Children’s Group has acquired two YA novels from debut author Adiba Jaigirdar, including two "heart-warming" queer romances based in Dublin featuring Bengali protagonists. ... Read more
Author Maz Evans has signed a three-book deal with Hachette Children's Group for a "hilarious" new series for younger readers, starting with The Exploding Life of... Read more
Hachette Children’s Group has acquired a new Claude title from author and illustrator Alex T Smith, in which Claude and Sir Bobblysock find themselves offering to babysit princes and... Read more
Hachette Children’s Group is publishing a new fiction series from author and illustrator Emer Stamp—Stamp’s first for the Hachette Children’s Group.... Read more
Hachette Children’s Group has acquired an "uplifting" tale, about a kind-hearted Christmas monster, from Giraffes Can’t Dance author Giles Andreae with illustrations from Nikki Dyson.... Read more
Mitch Johnson—who last year won the Branford Boase Award for his debut Kick published by Usborne—is moving to Hachette Children's Group for his second title.... Read more
Hachette UK will open a new office in Manchester early next year, with Hachette Children’s Group leading the way.
Rikin Parekh has signed his first author-illustrator deal with Hachette Children’s Group (HCG).
BBC children’s channel CBBC has commissioned a live action adaptation of Enid Blyton’s classic boarding school series, Malory Towers.