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Reading Champion from Franklin Watts offers fantastic independent reading books for children to practise and reinforce their developing reading skills.
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The Spring 2016 Hachette Children's Group rights guide for Franklin Watts, Hodder Childrens, Orchard Books, Little,Brown Books for Young Readers, Orion Childrens, Quercus Childrens and Wayland Books are available below to download.
Steve Backshall Activity Sheets
Download the Hachette Children's Group Rights Guide for Spring 2016.
Ryan Graudin was born in Charleston, South Carolina with a severe case of wanderlust. When she's not travelling, she's busy photographing weddings, writing and spending time with her husband and wolf-dog.
Don't miss Jamie Thomson as he talks about his latest book - full of aliens and abductions!
Join Phil Earle with the first book in his exciting new series.
See Alex T. Smith and Caryl Hart at Imagine Festival!
Ghoulfriends Forever is a brand-new Monster High series, introducing three new monster characters.
Clementine Beauvais at Cambridge Literary Festival
Brand new stories about all your favourite Monster High characters come to life in this gorgeous full-colour graphic novel.
Welcome to Monster High where the children of the world's most famous monsters brave the horrors of high school!
Ally Carter is the international best-selling author of two hugely successful YA series: The Gallagher Girls spy sequence and the crime thriller Heist Society novels. Here she talks to Graham Marks about her writing career, how she writes, and what it’s been like to work on United We Spy, the last in the Gallagher Girls series…
Hachette Children’s Group CEO, Hilary Murray Hill is delighted to announce the launch of two new imprints which will both begin publishing in 2017.
Teri Terry arrived on the children’s book radar last year with her debut novel Slated, which was immediately shortlisted for a number of prizes, and has recently won the 14-16 category of the Leeds Book Awards. Here she talks to Graham Marks about the extraordinary journey she has taken to become an author – a story almost worthy of a book itself.