Our International Highlights catalogue (April – October 2016) is now available to download! Features new titles from bestselling authors such as Lauren Weisberger, David Walliams, Cecelia Ahern and Jonathan Franzen. Download here, or ask your sales rep for a copy!
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Solomon Creed is the first in a new series of epic thrillers that span the world, focusing on the enigmatic title character. But who is Solomon Creed and where did he come from? In his new column Simon Toyne discusses the genesis of his new series, focusing on ideas, characters, research and writing.
A brilliant book trailer is now available for Flawed, the stunning new YA novel from bestselling author Cecelia Ahern, depicting a society in which perfection is paramount and mistakes are punished. And where one young woman decides to take a stand that could cost her everything.
HarperCollins Children’s Books will publish a new David Walliams title in May 2016, supercharging the market and changing the landscape of this spring and summer for book retailers everywhere. The bonus book will delight Walliams’ millions of fans who no longer have to wait until September for a new title.
Check out the selection of brilliant new posters now available for booksellers to order, showcasing a range of new and upcoming titles from HarperCollins Children’s Books. To order, find details at the bottom of this post and contact email@example.com or your local sales representative.
In a landmark acquisition that sees Sir Quentin Blake published on the HarperCollins Children’s Books picture book list for the first time, Executive Publisher Ann-Janine Murtagh has acquired World Rights for ‘Three Little Monkeys’ – a remarkable collaboration between the iconic Quentin Blake and renowned illustrator Emma Chichester Clark.
Solomon Creed is the first in a new series of epic thrillers that span the world, focusing on the enigmatic title character. But who is Solomon Creed and where did he come from? In this new series Simon Toyne discusses the genesis of his new series, from ideas, characters, research and writing.
The literary phenomenon Nell Zink reads from her ‘dazzling’ book The Wallcreeper at the legendary Shakespeare and Co. bookstore in Paris. This reading with Nell Zink was filmed whilst the author was in Paris for an event at Shakespeare and Co bookstore.