Bookselling and Publishing Industry joins together to publish new Commitment to Professional Behaviour

The Association of Authors’ Agents, The Booksellers Association, The Publishers Association and The Society of Authors launch first ever industry-wide commitment to Professional Behaviour today. The first Industry Commitment to Professional Behaviour in Bookselling and Publishing (published today, 7 December 2018) has been created and endorsed by The Association of Authors’ Agents, The Booksellers Association, […]

Perminder Mann and Natalie Jerome included in the Bookseller 100

On Friday 7th December, The Bookseller published its annual list of the most influential people in the British book trade. Perminder Mann, CEO at Bonnier Books UK, was included on the list for the fourth consecutive year, noted for being named on the Guardian’s list of the UK’s most powerful BAME leaders and for being given a Wikipedia […]

London’s Big Read 2019 shortlist revealed

On Thursday 29th November, the shortlist for London’s Big Read 2019 was announced. Launched in 2018, London’s Big Read spotlights talented London authors whose books have significant relevance for London’s multicultural society. Its aim is to inspire Londoners to discover a world of books and each other.   Last year, the theme was Diversity and […]

The latest audiobooks: Our picks

A selection of some of our most popular audiobooks for all ages. Which one will you listen to next?   Children’s  The Boy Who Grew Dragon’s by Andy Shepherd, read by Ewan Goddard – Piccadilly Press  Take a listen to Andy Shepherd’s enchanting debut The Boy Who Grew Dragon’s, read by Ewan Goddard. This charming story, about a […]

The Tattooist of Auschwitz is Wordery’s Book of the Year

On Wednesday 28th November, online bookshop Wordery.com announced its Book of the Year 2018, as voted for by Wordery customers. The shortlist included Karin Slaughter’s Pieces of Her (HarperCollins), The Lido by Libby Page (Orion) and Steven King’s The Outsider (Hodder & Stoughton), to name a few. However, it was Heather Morris’ bestselling debut The Tattooist of Auschwitz, published in February by Zaffre, that won […]

Igloobooks publishes two books to accompany the Aldi Christmas advert 2018

Igloobooks, the UK’s leading mass-market publisher, is partnering with Aldi to publish two books to accompany the supermarket’s popular Christmas advert. This is the second year that Igloobooks has partnered with Aldi, with last year’s picture book, Kevin and Katie’s Christmas Adventure, proving a runaway success when it hit shelves and becoming the biggest-selling children’s […]

Bonnier Books UK receives fourteen nominations for the 2019 CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Medals

Nominations for the CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Medals 2019, the country’s oldest children’s book awards, were published today. The awards recognise the outstanding writing and illustration in books for children and young people, with the Carnegie Medal being awarded by CILIP for an outstanding book written in English; and the Kate Greenaway Medal awarded […]

Shaw steps down as Group Commercial Director

Julian Shaw, Group Commercial Director at Bonnier Books UK, is leaving the business to pursue new opportunities. Shaw joined the company in 2014, as Bonnier Books looked to establish itself as a force in the UK trade. During his time with the business he has worked on a wide variety of commercial, legal and strategic […]

Studio Press offers Disney fans opportunity to find exclusive ‘golden Mickeys’ in limited print run of Where’s Mickey?

As part of the celebrations to mark Mickey Mouse’s 90th anniversary this November, Studio Press, part of Bonnier Books UK, is giving Disney fans the chance to find an exclusive gold foil Mickey in a small number of their search-and-find title, Where’s Mickey? Highly collectable, the hidden gold foil Mickey will feature in only 90 copies of […]