I’m sure you’ve heard by now about the new Harry Potter books coming this autumn, but just in case you haven’t, Stylist has the details.

The Guardian tests how much you know about literary misquotes.

Also in the Guardian, a collection of top ten opening scenes in books.

Beloved children’s author Jacqueline Wilson spoke to the Independent about why she’s teaming up with EasyJet to provide books for kids on flights.

The Telegraph recommends 28 great books for your summer holiday. And the Guardian Politics podcast is joining in with its own list this week.

A bumper crop of Agatha Christie goodness is coming to our screens, courtesy of Amazon.

The Pool will be at the Henley Literary Festival this year. Will you?

The shortlist is out for the Sainsbury’s Children’s Book Awards.

The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators will launch a scholarship giving an illustrator from a Black, Asian, or Minority Ethnic (BAME) background the chance to attend its conference and have their manuscript professionally critiqued.

Eight Ghosts: The English Heritage Book of New Ghost Stories, to be published in October, authors from Mark Haddon to Sarah Perry have written of ancient houses and hauntings.

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