News & Events
Keep up to date with the latest happenings at Andersen Press! Our authors and illustrators are always busy at events up and down the country.
Do you think you could have survived as a poor child in 1850? Find out and test your knowledge of life in the Victorian times with these brilliant quizzes.
The Day Louis Got Eaten wins the Bookbug Readers (3-7 years) category of the SCBA!
Bookaboo chooses Andersen Press to kick off his new tour with!
Download your Beast is Back Activity Pack here!
Two of our authors will be entertaining you and your little ones at the Southbank Centre on the 22nd of February
12pm Sunday 25th November
...according to the Roald Dahl Funny Prize Shortlist for Funniest Book for Children age 7-14!
RUN RABBIT RUN has been awarded a Young Quills Prize for Historical Fiction. Barbara Mitchelhill’s WW2 novel was named as the winner of the Primary age group category for 2012.
We are thrilled to share that the newest title from Philip and Erin Stead has received its first starred review from Publishers Weekly! What’s not to love about this big, cuddly bear?!
Everybody Jam by Ali Lewis is on the shortlist for the prestigious CILIP Carnegie Medal. Congratulations to Ali from everyone at Andersen Press!
Andersen has pledged for Bookstart 2012!
Chris Judge’s debut picture book, The Lonely Beast, beat stiff competition to win the 2012 Bishops’s Stortford Picture Book Award.
It was half term last week and the South Bank was swarming with young people eager to catch a glimpse of their favourite authors.
We recently had the great pleasure of touring Derek Keilty for a week.
Philip Caveney, author of Night on Terror Island, is an author who’s very much in demand, and so we thought lets get him down to London!
Reach for your inner Shackleton...
Ellie Daines, author of Lolly Luck, has been busy answering bloggers’ questions and writing brilliant guest posts for the blog tour to celebrate the launch of her debut novel.
The week-long Oxford Literary Festival will be hosting two events with Andersen Press authors.
Witches? Check. Wolves? Check. Scary stories? Check. Phenomenally inspiring author talking to young readers about his books? CHECK!!
Last week, avid book fans wrapped up in winter woollies and spent a cosy evening at the beautiful Kew Bookshop to celebrate the launch of Sam Gayton’s debut novel, The Snow Merchant.