Tagged: James Patterson

Patterson funds literacy scheme with Penguin, Asda and NLT

Author and literacy advocate James Patterson is funding 'Buy A Book, Give A Book' to encourage reading in children and families from disadvantaged backgrounds through an... Read more

Sturgeon and Mercurio join Patterson at Harrogate crime festival

Thriller writer James Patterson will be joined by Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, authors Ian Rankin, Jo Nesbo and "Line of Duty" writer Jed Mercurio... Read more

Patterson launches bookseller bursary

Author James Paterson is launching a Young Bookseller Special Achievement Award, in association with the Booksellers Association. Read more

James Patterson and Scholastic announce winners of Big Book Giveaway

Author James Patterson and Scholastic UK Book Clubs, part of Scholastic UK, have announced the list of 100 schools which are the winners of this... Read more

Patterson launches interactive novel for Facebook Messenger

Thriller writer James Patterson has launched interactive novel The Chef in the UK with Facebook's Creative Shop and experiential content producer 1stAveMachine.... Read more

Patterson donates £50,000 to UK school libraries

Author James Patterson is donating £50,000 to school libraries in the UK via a new scheme set up by Scholastic Book Clubs. Read more

Oval Office comes to Waterloo courtesy of PRH

Penguin Random House has unveiled a replica Oval Office inside London Waterloo station complete with a Donald Trump lookalike and secret service bodyguards. Read more

Patterson's next series marks 'most important work he's ever done'

Penguin Random House has bought a new children’s series, about a girl genius called Max Einstein, by James Patterson. Read more

Patterson to release Middle School spin-off Dog Diaries

Young Arrow has acquired a new children’s book, Dog Diaries, a spin-off from James Patterson’s bestselling middle grade Middle School series.... Read more

Brown bags it: Origin takes two in a row

Dan Brown’s Origin (Bantam) has once again claimed the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 60,602 copies for £631,480. Read more

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