Pan Macmillan is delighted to be publishing a wonderful collection of Moomin books, celebrating these wonderful and well-loved stories.
Filled with witty, uplifting stories and brilliant illustrations, your child will want to read these picture books again and again.
Autumn is well and truly upon us, and so are some of the best new books for children - featuring a bat who loves cherries, a boy who is desperate to be a great magician, a scary cowboy an...
In anticipation of National Poetry Day on 6th October, we'll be sharing a different poem from A Poem For Every Night of the Year every day this week.
Floella Benjamin's important childhood memoir, Coming to England, is an inspirational story – a powerful reminder that courage and determination can overcome adversity.
Elizabeth Laird, the award-winning author of Oranges In No Man’s Land has written a book about the Syrian refugee crisis, which we are extremely proud to be publishing in January 2017.
Time have announced their 100 best young-adults novels of all time and four of our books have made the list.
Discover Bear Grylls' Spirit of the Jungle, a heart-stopping adventure inspired by Rudyard Kipling's classic The Jungle Book.
A Gruffalo-themed recipe for adults and children to make together from Julia Donaldson's fun-packed cookery book Gruffalo Crumble and Other Recipes.
Open, a colourful guide to life for young adults from TV and radio personality, journalist and teen ambassador Gemma Cairney will be published March 2017.
Join us as we trapse around Brighton with Sara Barnard, author of Beautiful Broken Things.
For the chance to win an original Lino Artwork by Garth Jennings and a copy of The Deadly 7 by Garth Jennings, listen to the audio clip and answer the question. Good luck!
Lewis Carroll describes them as little men “looking so exactly like a couple of great [big] schoolboys.” Tenniel drew them as round as a pair of Christmas Puddings.