Egmont has bought four historical adventure stories by Katherine Woodfine, featuring the main characters from her previous series, The Sinclair’s Mysteries.
Accessible children's publisher Barrington Stoke is publishing a tale inspired by the true story of a "fashion pioneer" at the court of Marie Antoinette, Rose Bertin.... Read more
With two days to go until the publication of Philip Pullman's latest novel La Belle Sauvage (PRH Children's and David Fickling Books), we took a trip down... Read more
This week's pictures round-up features Joanna Lumley, Derek Jacobi, Lauren Child and Dermot O'Leary.
Crime fiction heavyweights Lee Child and Anthony Horowitz are going head to head at this year’s CrimeFest Gala Awards, with Katherine Woodfine, Fiona Barton and... Read more
Freelance children’s publishing consultant Claire Shanahan and children’s writer Katherine Woodfine are to co-programme The Bookseller’s Children’s Conference in 2017.
Events with Martina Cole, Johnny Marr, Phil Earle, Ed Victor and Jeffrey Archer feature in our picture gallery, along with the Goldsmiths Prize and the... Read more
The founders of Down the Rabbit Hole, the radio show about children’s books, are launching a new website and podcast to mark its Autumn 2016... Read more
Patrick Ness and Lewis MacDougall, the actor playing the lead role in the upcoming film adaptation of Ness' A Monster Calls, will be appearing at... Read more
Egmont will next year release an anthology of middle-grade mystery stories by authors such as Katherine Woodfine, Robin Stevens and Frances Hardinge. Robin Stevens, who... Read more