Stylist reports on the eight-year-old girl who has written a bestselling book: How to Deal with and Care for Your Annoying Little Brother.
In contrast, a study has recently found that only twenty percent of children’s books feature women who have a job. Publishing is trying to fix this.
Book Riot contributors round up some of their favourite British books.
Not strictly British, but there’s tea involved, so close enough: Book Riot has also made us a colouring page.
Baileys Prize judge Katie Derham has advice on how to reach your reading goals.
Jacob Ross has won the inaugural Jhalak Prize for Book of the Year by a Writer of Colour for his crime fiction novel The Bone Readers.
W H Smith are celebrating its 225th anniversary year with a classic ‘yellowback’ book collection similar to the ones sold in the mid-1800s by the retailer. Some of the proceeds will go towards charities Mind, the National Literacy Trust, and Cancer Research UK.
Bookshop chain Blackwells had a tough year in 2016.
Mohsin Hamid, author of The Reluctant Fundamentalist and most recently of the much-buzzed Exit West, writes about progressive politics and transcendent love in Lit Hub.
Staff at The Pool are reading His Bloody Project by Graeme Mcrae Burnet and The Scarecrow Queen among others.
In The Guardian, Nick Laird argues that poetry is the perfect weapon to fight Donald Trump.
The Guardian reviews the newly translated Spaceman of Bohemia by Jaroslav Kalfar and Beth Underdown’s The Witchfinder’s Sister.
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