Stylist takes a closer look at the Scots translation of Harry Potter.

The excellent thriller by Sarah Vaughan, Anatomy of a Scandal, is out in the US today. Book Riot has a sneak peek of the audio.

Big news for this blog’s writer: Unbound are publishing my novel. You can pre-order it and help to make it happen.

Horrid Henry author Francesca Simon asks: Are we meant in picture books to reflect the world as it is or the world as we’d like it to be?

The third book in the Me Before You series by Jojo Moyes is out this week, and The Pool has an excerpt of Still Me.

Claire Armitstead spoke to Peter Carey at a special Guardian Live event recorded in London, in which they discussed motor racing, colonialism, humour, and Donald Trump. The conversation is the latest Guardian Books Podcast episode.

Germaine Greer has criticised what she calls the ‘whingeing’ #MeToo movement.

The poetry world is split over a polemic attacking ‘amateur’ work by ‘young female poets’.

A dozen new book titles have been announced as part of the 10th annual Read Regional campaign, which takes place in libraries across the North of England during the spring.

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