HarperCollins is proud to announce #FireandBlood from George R.R. Martin. Set three-hundred years before the events in A Song of Ice And Fire, Fire and Blood is the definitive history of the Targaryens from Aegon’s conquest of Westeros to the civil war that nearly ended their dynasty forever. Coming November 2018. Set 300 years before … Continued
HarperCollins Children’s Books is thrilled to announce the acquisition of a new picture book from much-loved author and illustrator, Judith Kerr, who celebrated her 94th birthday last week. Katinka’s Tail will publish on 19th October 2017 in hardback and is inspired by Judith’s very own cat, Katinka. This glorious new book is set to be … Continued
HarperCollins Children’s Books unveil fourth children’s novel by David Baddiel: BIRTHDAY BOY HarperCollins Children’s Books has revealed the title and cover for the fourth children’s novel by much loved writer and comedian David Baddiel. Birthday Boy will publish in hardback on 7 September 2017. A hilarious rollercoaster ride of pure entertainment for readers everywhere, the … Continued
HarperCollins Children’s Books unveil landmark new title from picture book superstar, Oliver Jeffers HarperCollins Children’s Books is thrilled to launch a new title written and illustrated by world-renowned picture book maker, Oliver Jeffers. Publishing in hardback in November 2017 and inspired by the birth of Oliver’s son, Harland, Here We Are is a moving and … Continued
HarperCollins is thrilled to welcome debut author Justine Windsor to its stellar fiction list with a unique three-book series entitled Goodly and Grave. Aimed at a middle grade audience, the first novel Goodly and Grave in a Bad Case of Kidnap will publish in paperback original in March 2017, with the second and third titles following in July 2017 and June 2018 respectively.
HarperCollins today sees eight of our authors and illustrators nominated for the highly prestigious CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway 2016 Medals – the oldest award and accolade in Children’s literature. The Carnegie Medal is awarded by children’s librarians across the UK for an outstanding book for young children and young people; the Kate Greenaway medal is awarded to an outstanding illustrator. Previous winners include: Terry Pratchett, Patrick Ness and Sharon Creech.
HarperCollins is delighted to announce that the new children’s fiction book from David Walliams will be called The Midnight Gang and will publish on 3rd November. The book tells an extraordinarily heartwarming and funny story of five children on a hospital ward, on a quest for adventure.
In September HarperCollins expanded its international Big Book Bonanza events programme to include Scandinavia, making this our biggest year yet, covering 2 continents and 4 countries, with 12 authors and over 200 retailers in attendanc