Tagged: Scholastic UK

Scholastic picks up Owen's 'tantalising' YA debut

Scholastic UK has signed up two titles from Morgan Owen, including her 'tantalising and compelling' YA debut, The Girl With No Soul. ... Read more

Scholastic lands guide by Britain's Got Talent dog trainer Butler

Scholastic UK will publish Happy Puppy, Happy Dog: How to Train your Best Friend, by dog trainer and winner of "Britain’s Got Talent", Ashleigh Butler. ... Read more

Scholastic acquires collection of bedtime stories inspired by Black history

Scholastic UK will publish Bedtime Stories: Beautiful Black Tales from the Past, a celebratory collection of bedtime stories written and illustrated by Black creators, with... Read more

Lollies to go ahead this year, Scholastic confirms

The Laugh Out Loud Book Awards (Lollies) is set to make a comeback this year, after being cancelled due to Covid in 2020.  Read more

Scholastic UK to publish Aoife Dooley's 'love letter to being different'

Scholastic UK has acquired Frankie's World by Aoife Dooley, a graphic novel based on the author's real-life experiences of autism.... Read more

Scholastic to bring Callender's Hurricane Child to UK

Scholastic UK has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to Kacen Callender's Hurricane Child, with publication slated for June 2021. ... Read more

Scholastic partners with Black Cultural Archives to celebrate Windrush generation

Scholastic UK has partnered with Black Cultural Archives for a book to celebrate the Windrush generation and the 40th anniversary of the heritage centre and... Read more

Horrible Histories to relaunch in 2021

Scholastic is to relaunch children's series Horrible Histories in 2021, with new-look covers and a new "secret diary" series.  Read more

Pichon launch prompts shoe auction for NLT

Author Liz Pichon is spearheading an auction to raise money for the National Literacy Trust, as part of her latest book launch.  Read more

Scholastic UK scores with novel from Ian Wright

Scholastic UK has acquired Striking Out, a novel for children based on the life of footballer Ian Wright. The title is written by Wright in partnership with Musa... Read more

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