Award-winning UKYA author Keren David uncovers hard truths on a timely issue in her Barrington Stoke debut, The Liar’s Handbook.
It’s Banned Book Week this week, an initiative originally of the American Library Association now gaining increasing traction in the UK. Banned Book Week began back in 1982 as a response to a surge in demands that particular books be banned from libraries, schools and bookstores across the USA. Many of these books were for […]
From delightful Little Gems to hold the hand of little readers to a stunning English-language debut on our sister list the Bucket List, our range of September new titles will challenge, inspire and delight.
In August, we were proud to publish a gorgeous new super-readable edition of Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Our aim, as ever, was to reach more readers, this time by opening up a classic text to those with dyslexia, visual stress or other issues that affect an individual’s ability to cope with print.
We bought the rights to Alpha by Barroux and Bessora at Edinburgh International Book Festival in 2015 and it it was always our ambition to launch the book there in 2016.