Tagged: Simon Winder

Particular signs Sandbrook's series of children's history books

Particular Books has signed a new series of children’s books by historian Dominic Sandbrook. The series is described as “perfect for fans of Horrible Histories” . ... Read more

Relaunching the Penguin Great Ideas series

Penguin Press' publishing director Simon Winder talks to us about relaunching the Great Ideas series of pocket-sized non-fiction titles after a 10-year hiatus. Read more

Penguin's Great Ideas series returns

Penguin is to relaunch its non-fiction Great Ideas series after a decade's hiatus, with a new selection of 20 pocket-sized titles, featuring bespoke cover designs.... Read more

PRH presents Barbican-inspired Penguin Classics

Penguin Random House has developed a range of Barbican-inspired Penguin Classics to coincide with a new Barbican exhibition, Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction.... Read more

Japan history debut to Penguin Press

Penguin Press has acquired a "spectacularly interesting" history debut about modern Japan from historian and BBC "New Generation Thinker" Christopher Harding. Read more

PRH launches new classics range, Pocket Penguins

Penguin is bringing out a new series of classic titles in a "compact, jewel-like format" called Pocket Penguins. Read more

Allen Lane buys Third Reich drugs book

Allen Lane has acquired an “extraordinary” new book on the Third Reich and drug use, which was published in Germany this month. Read more

From Winder with love

Simon Winder talks to Joel Rickett about his first book, The Man Who Saved Britain Read more

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