In Lisa Heathfield’s political YA book, I Am Not A Number, The Traditionals have been voted to lead the country, winning people over with talks of healing a broken society, […]
This month we celebrate the release of Lisa Heathfield’s book, I Am Not A Number. If you’ve haven’t heard what Lisa’s fourth book is about, there is no better introduction […]
In celebration of Elizabeth Acevedo’s incredible Carnegie Medal win, we’d like to share her bold, timely and touching winner’s speech, complete with an original poem.
The winners of the prestigious CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals, the UK’s oldest book awards for children and young people, have today been revealed at a ceremony at The […]
To celebrate the release of The Naughtiest Unicorn by Pip Bird, we managed to catch the stars of our newest unicorn-tastic middle-grade book, Mira and Dave the unicorn, for a […]
To celebrate the release of Spies in St. Petersburg, the second book in the Taylor and Rose series, author Katherine Woodfine writes a special guest feature for the Egmont website.
The winners of the 2019 Egmont Reading for Pleasure Teacher Awards, in association with the Open University and the UK Literacy Association (UKLA), were announced in London on Saturday 16 March […]
To celebrate the release of Speak Up!, author and campaigner Laura Coryton has written a special guest feature for the Egmont website.
In the latest research regarding the reading habits of children, Egmont and Nielsen revealed that most parents stop reading to their children by the age of eight.