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It is also a second British Book Award in six years for Transworld’s Alison Barrow, following success for her work on The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins. There were hallmarks of that publicity strategy in her campaign for Lessons in Chemistry, which began at the point of acquisition and has not abated since. It was clearly a passion project with endless creativity and innovation, first building a word-of-mouth buzz and an army of advocates, then achieving an exceptional level of media interest. There were acres of magazine, review and supplement coverage and successful pitches to key TV/radio slots, including “Between the Covers”, “Open Book”, “Woman’s Hour” and several book clubs. The year also saw S&S look outside its own business for ways to diversify its output and staffing, including via the Pathways Into Children’s Publishing programme. More than a quarter of its books—and a third of new acquisitions—came from underrepresented authors and illustrators. There was some excellent outreach and charitable work too, with BookTrust, libraries and Save the Children, among others, plus progress on sustainability initiatives.

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Waterstones, a winner for the first time since 2019, is recognised for the rejuvenation of its children’s bookselling. It took a good share of the year’s biggest children’s books and has jumped on the TikTok phenomenon, including through a BookTokFest. But it was work with new voices that most caught the eye, which was boosted by its Children’s Laureate, Book Prize and Book of the Month and Year initiatives. F Kuang’s tale of colonialism, magic and language, set in an alternate Oxford in the 1800s, broke out of the fantasy genre into the mainstream last year. Our panel praised Kuang’s use of “very clever” footnotes which added an extra layer to the novel, and commended how Babel encouraged an interest in language and translation, giving a new perspective on the legacies of empire.The business opened three new standalone bookshops in 2022, at Luton and Manchester airports and Edinburgh Waverley station, plus new concept stores with bright book departments. It meanwhile relocated and revamped its concessions within Harrods and Selfridges in London—special shopping environments that provide more proof that the W H S Travel team can do far more than pile-‘em-high bookselling. It's really interactive - the kids can search for Nibbles or for where he chomped a hole to get in to the story book. And they also help catch Nibbles at the end. If the turn outs in the stories weren’t enough to make you laugh, the version I had had real holes in my ages showing how He makes his way through the books, and that alone is worthy many smiles.

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A Spanish tomato dip with smoky paprika and a drizzle of sherry vinegar. A great vegan addition to the picnic platter Anyway, despite my son's immaturity for Nibbles - or rather his too risky closeness to and absolutely predictable adoration of the toothy little rascal, I happen to enjoy reading this book myself every so often. It is both a simple joy and an inspiration, which never fails to bring a smile to my face. They are perceived as classics but I think the only reason Red Riding Hood is still popular today is because it's free to print and retell the story. Same with all the others. It's Cedric's the little dragon's bedtime, but before he goes to sleep, there's just enough time for mum to read him a bedtime story.

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E little creature who likes to bite and chew anything, but has his heart on chomping books. And there he goes, eating his way through some classic fables from our childhood.

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A citation by the author Monica Ali read: “It takes courage to create art. It takes courage to speak truth to power. Art may, in the end, be stronger than censorship, but the artist remains vulnerable. Nobody has been more courageous, more steadfast, more brilliant in the pursuit of truth and artistic freedom than tonight’s recipient.” Its first trophy came in 2016, the year it won the second of two consecutive Booker Prizes. That kind of recognition can unbalance a small publisher, but after several years of consolidation Oneworld moved up a gear in 2022, with zeitgeist-capturing literary publishing and best-ever sales and profits.The Discworld series Sir Terry Pratchett, narrated by Peter Serafinowicz, Bill Nighy, Indira Varma & Andy Serkis et al Penguin Random House Audio Débuts do not come much bigger or better than Bonnie Garmus’ Lessons in Chemistry. Published in April 2022, it has spent 35 weeks near the top of the charts, with more than 200,000 copies shifted in the UK TCM and rights sold in 40 territories. Ten years on from launch, five years into life at Hachette, and two years after the arrival of Richard King, Bookouture evolved into a global force in 2022.

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