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Jane Ray nominated for Hans Christian Andersen Award

Jane Ray has been nominated for the 2018 Hans Christian Andersen Award by IBBY.

Michael Bond portrait in new exhibition

A new portrait of Michael Bond is currently on display in Waterstones Gower Street’s gallery space.

HOW TO HIDE A LION opens at Polka

The adaptation of Helen Stephen’s much-loved book opens today in Wimbledon.

New PADDINGTON book to be published in 2017

HarperCollins Children’s Books will next year publish a further new Paddington buy ambien online bluelight Bear story by Michael Bond.

Carnegie and Greenaway nominations

Malorie Blackman, Jane Ray, Kevin Crossley-Holland and Joyce Dunbar all have nominated titles.

JESSICA’S GHOST wins at Stockport Book Award

JESSICA’S GHOST by Andrew Norriss won Best Teen Book at the Stockport Book Awards last night.

PADDINGTON 2 starts shooting

Principal photography has begun on the second Paddington film, produced by Studio Canal and Heyday Films.

Publication day 6/10/16

It’s another bumper publication day with new titles from Sarah Warburton and Katherine McEwen, and a few reissues!

Mango & Bambang events

With three books out and a fourth on the way, Polly and Clara are doing a number of events inFull story »

Elizabeth Laird pens Syrian refugee crisis novel

Elizabeth Laird, author of The Fastest Boy in the World has written a novel about the Syrian refugee crisis.

Fiona Dunbar launches Authors4Refugees

Author Fiona Dunbar has launched an online auction with the aim of raising funds for the refugee crisis.

HEARTSONG longlisted for UKLA Book Awards

HEARTSONG by Kevin Crossley-Holland and Jane Ray has been longlisted in the 7-11 category for the UKLA Book Awards. 

ETHEL AND ERNEST trailer released

The trailer for the forthcoming adaptation of Raymond Briggs’ graphic novel Ethel and Ernest has been released.

Publication day 1st September 2016

It’s a mammoth publication day here, with new books from Michael Bond, Helen Stephens, Simon Rickerty and more!

NOUGHTS AND CROSSES to be adapted for BBC

Malorie Blackman’s NOUGHTS AND CROSSES is to be adapted for the BBC.