Premiering in London tonight the film adaptation of Peter Carey’s Booker Prize winning novel. The story of Australian bushranger Ned
Malorie Blackman’s Crossfire, fifth title in her Noughts & Cross sequence, has been shortlisted for this year’s Costa Book Awards. Crossfire was
Time For Lights Out, Raymond Briggs’ exploration and contemplation of old age and death, is published by Jonathan Cape today.
Stormzy’s PRH imprint #Merky Books will publish Malorie Blackman’s as-yet untitled autobiography in 2022. “This book is an account of
Scottish children’s entertainment production company Maramedia has acquired the rights to develop a new children’s series based on Michael Bond’s Olga
The Agency is sad to announce that Terrance Dicks died last Thursday after a short illness, aged 84. Originally represented
Malorie Blackman’s Crossfire published earlier this month on 8th August 2019. Since then, the reviews have come flooding in! A
We are proud to announce that Bone Talk, written by Candy Gourlay and published by David Fickling Books, has been shortlisted for the
We’re delighted to welcome Cassie Powney to The Agency fresh from her recent success at the 2018 Bath Children’s Novel Award
Raymond’s collection Time for Lights Out will be published later this year, in November. The collection explores ageing, death and is
Huge congratulations to Bart Van Es, whose THE CUT OUT GIRL has been named the Costa Book of the Year.
We are pleased to welcome Louisa Reid to The Agency Children’s Book List and announce the publication date for Gloves Off,
Malorie Blackman’s Noughts & Crosses sequence of novels continues – Crossfire will be published in 2019 by Penguin Random House Children’s.
Ahead of Jodie Whittaker’s first season as the famous time-traveler a special 64-page comic will be published in September, written by
Mick Ford’s adaptation of Sathnam Sanghera’s critically acclaimed memoirs, powerfully brings to life his childhood in 1980s Wolverhampton. Sacha Dhawan