Helen Arney and Steve Mould’s hilarious new book The Element In The Room, the first offering from their comedy-science troupe Festival of the Spoken Nerd, has been named one of the Guardian’s best stocking-fillers of 2017. See what the Guardian had to say about
This letter was sent by Esther Rantzen in 1994 to the young winner of a Childline writing competition – one Rebecca Cobb, now the award-winning creator of picture books such as AUNT AMELIA, LUNCHTIME and MISSING MUMMY! Sadly, Rebecca’s winning
Karen Swan’s brilliant new novel The Christmas Secret will once again be taking the Number 3 spot in this coming weekend’s Sunday Times paperback fiction chart, in addition to securing Number 8 in the Canadian Globe paperback bestseller list for the second week in
Huge congratulations to Karen Osman, whose debut novel The Good Mother took the Number 1 spot on Amazon Australia’s bestsellers chart yesterday.
Huge congratulations to Karen Swan, whose brilliant new novel The Christmas Secret will take the Number 3 spot in this Sunday’s paperback bestsellers list. Fantastic news!
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!