Huge congratulations to Karen Swan, whose latest novel The Christmas Secret has taken the Number 4 spot in this week’s Sunday Times paperback bestsellers list. Well done Karen!
Congratulations to Lucy Strange, whose phenomenal debut children’s novel The Secret of Nightingale Wood has been selected as one of Amazon.com’s Best Books of the Year. This comes after Nightingale Wood was named a Book of the Month for Amazon.com in November,
Congratulations to Emma Yarlett on a prize-winning week! First, NIBBLES THE BOOK MONSTER won the Oxfordshire Book Awards picture book category, and much cake was had in celebration. Then NIBBLES won the picture book category at the Sheffield Book Awards
Huge congratulations to Heidi Swain, whose brilliant festive novel Sleigh Rides and Silver Bells at the Christmas Fair took the Number 5 spot in yesterday’s Sunday Times Paperback Fiction bestsellers list. Well done Heidi!
The Secret of Nightingale Wood by Lucy Strange has been named by Amazon.com as one of their Best Books of the Month for November in the children’s ages 9-12 category. This is fantastic news, congratulations Lucy!
Congratulations to all our brilliant authors and illustrators nominated for this year’s Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals, the most prestigious prizes in children’s books! Carnegie: Virginia Bergin WHO RUNS THE WORLD? (Macmillan) Rachael Lucas STATE OF GRACE (Macmillan) Tamsin
Congratulations to Margaret Kirk on the publication of her debut novel Shadow Man. Margaret Kirk is the winner of the 2016 Good Housekeeping Novel Writing competition. Her fantastic debut Shadow Man beat out hundreds of other entries, impressing Luigi Bonomi of LBA Books and
Karen Osman’s brilliant debut The Good Mother has taken the Number 10 spot in The Bookseller‘s Fiction Heatseekers list this week. Congratulations Karen!
Congratulations to Emma Yarlett on nabbing yet another prize – The Stockport Picture Book Award – for her riotous caper through fairy tales, NIBBLES THE BOOK MONSTER (published by Little Tiger).
Tamed, the new book by Dr Alice Roberts, has been featured in today’s Guardian, with Peter Forbes calling it ‘an excellent point of entry for anyone who wants to understand the new deep human history and what it portends.’ Click here to read