The Reading Well for young people booklist has a section especially dedicated to how you can handle stress.
Holland House publishers is running The Novella Project, supported by Arts Council England. The purpose of the project is to publish two novellas by new authors from minority and working class backgrounds. The project is to be run by interns from similar backgrounds, with training and education given throughout.
Thursday 4 October is National Poetry Day and we’re excited to let you know our top suggestions of poetry collections we think you’ll love.
10 groups across the country were given the opportunity to read The 57 Bus. Take a look at what they thought of it.
The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje was announced as the winner of the Golden Man Booker Prize on Sunday 8 July at the closing event of the Man Booker 50th Anniversary Festival.
The Golden Man Booker is a special, one-off prize to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Man Booker Prize. It will crown the best work of fiction from the last 50 years, and is chosen by a public vote.
We’re excited to announce this year’s Top Ten Volunteer Reads list – a stunning collection of the very best in YA for 2018.
Katherine and Elizabeth Corr will be appearing at CHCC YA Fest on Sunday 13th May. Find out more and book your tickets now.
Last night the winner of the Man Booker 2017 prize was announced as Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders.
Fiona Mozley is the youngest writer on the Man Booker shortlist, and admits she often gets distracted by Facebook, Twitter and fantasy football
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