This week sees a new edition of Olga da Polga by Michael Bond published, with colour illustrations by Catherine Rayner.
Mini Grey, Andrew Norriss, Beverley Naidoo and Elizabeth Laird all have titles longlisted across all categories for the UKLA Book
Polly and Clara’s first collaboration is published today, and Jim has two titles published.
Elizabeth Laird’s book has been shortlisted for the Scottish Children’s Book Awards in the Younger Readers Category.
We’ve had a flurry of lovely reviews for Emma Shevah and Andrew Norriss, who both have books just published or
The musical adaptation is set to play in New York from January 2016.
Jim Broadbent will star alongside Brenda Blethyn in the forthcoming adaptation of Raymond Briggs’ graphic novel Ethel and Ernest.
An adaptation of Oddly by Joyce Dunbar will be playing at Norwich Puppet Theatre from Saturday 25th July.
As the summer holidays are now upon us we thought we’d highlight some of our summery titles.
Congratulations are in order for Sarah Warburton and Mark Sperring.
With Father’s Day just around the corner, take a look at three of our recent titles which revolve around fathers.
As Malorie hands the Laureateship to Chris Riddell, we look back at her time as Children’s Laureate and what she
An extract from Beverley’s blog as she travelled to Seven Stories in Newcastle to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her book Journey to
Clara Vulliamy, illustrator of the Dixie O’Day books, discusses how she created the characters of Dixie and Percy and the
Tony Bradman discusses the Gallipoli campaign which he wrote about for his book Anzac Boys, published by Barrington Stoke.