HarperCollins Children’s Books has revealed details of Future Friend, the “out of this world” new book from David Baddiel, with illustrations by Steven Lenton.
Norton Young Readers, the children's imprint of W W Norton, will publish Every Night Is Pizza Night, a debut children's book from J Kenji López-Alt.
Aug 14 2020 With Congress now on break until September, ALA officials are urging library supporters to keep pressing lawmakers for a pandemic relief package that includes funding for libraries... In an interview with PW earlier this spring, sociologist Eric Klinenberg, author of the acclaimed 2018 book Palaces for the People: How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life, warned that such an impasse was likely on the horizon. “Let’s be clear, when you hear there is a debate in Congress about whether to ‘bail out’ states and cities, that is a debate about...
HQ has signed the new psychological thriller from Diane Jeffrey, The Silent Friend.
Vertebrate Publishing has scooped Never Leave the Dog Behind, a celebration of mountain adventures with four-legged friends by award-winning author Helen Mort.
Allen & Unwin is publishing Victoria Park, the debut novel of British teacher Gemma Reeves, set in contemporary east London.
Ebury has landed the first book from Harlequins and England loosehead prop Joe Marler, promising the “unfiltered truth” about being a rugby player.
The weekend before the government announced the lockdown I was due to go to Bristol to visit a friend, and a few days earlier we’d been notified at the office that we would be working from home for the next few weeks (of course little did we know, five months later we still would be!). I remember frantically trying to take everything I needed home on Thursday and then lugging the last bits with me on the train for the weekend. It felt quite odd as everyone was packing up on that last Friday, saying goodbyes and have nice weekends,...
The Bookseller has been sold just three times in its 162-year history; the first time in 1998 by the founding Whitaker family to VNU (now better known as Nielsen), the second time in 2010 to Nigel Roby, and then, as announced last week, to the publisher of the Stage magazine.
Helen Macdonald follows her acclaimed début with an eclectic anthology, one which is overtly political