Red rounds up amazing books about bookshops.

Pottermore and Audible have announced a collaboration to publish a new audiobook Quidditch Through the Ages by J K Rowling, read by actor Andrew Lincoln.

The Treasury is said to have told HMRC to go easy on Amazon, and the Booksellers Association is justifiably dismayed.

Who can really say they know their nanny? The Guardian spoke to Leïla Slimani about her shocking bestseller, Lullaby.

Salman Rushdie spoke to The Guardian about the books that made him.

Virago is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Modern Classics series with the publication of 13 “deluxe” illustrated paperbacks, showcasing authors such as Muriel Spark, Angela Carter and Patricia Highsmith.

Paula Hawkins and Cecelia Ahern were welcomed into the Nielsen Book Hall of Fame last night at the Specsavers Bestseller Awards.

Waterstones plans to press ahead with its programme of opening new premises in 2018, despite the business being up for sale.

Julian Barnes deftly explores time and memory in his latest novel, The Only Story, an “exquisite look at love” in which an older man recalls the romance that defined his life.

A “gorgeous” essay collection, the “visceral, yet incredible”, Peach by Emma Glass and Jenny Landreth’s inspiring history of women and swimming are among the books that staff at The Pool are reading this week.

Headline has acquired the “uplifting” French bestseller, How to Find Love in the Little Things by French author Virginie Grimaldi, translated by Adriana Hunter. It will be published as an ebook this summer. Its original title was Tu comprendras quand tu seras plus grande.

Simon & Schuster UK is to publish the official BBC Radio 4 In Our Time: The Companion by Melvyn Bragg, celebrating 20 years of the popular live discussion show.

This week’s Bookseller pictures round-up features book launches, a workshop with Julia Donaldson and Beechwood Park School’s first ever Patron of Reading.

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