Student Showcase – Shillington Education
Shillington student portfolios from six campuses around the world. See what our students accomplish in 3 months full-time or 9 months part-time.
Spring 2018 Cover Reveals: Day 3 - Riveted
It’s day three of our Spring 2018 cover reveals (#RivetedRevealSp18) and we’ve got just one more day to go! Still with us? First up for today, we’ve got a new novel from powerhouse author Margaret Peterson Haddix! Chances are good you’re familiar with Haddix: from her Shadow Children series to her Missing series to her […]
AHAB Collection - Books
Ahab Edições is a small independent publishing company based in Porto that we started working with in 2009. Their literary mission is to publish notable foreign language literature never before translated into Portuguese. In addition to
The Start of Something by Stuart Dybek | Waterstones
Buy The Start of Something by Stuart Dybek from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £25.
Home - Iain Claridge
The blog of UK based designer Iain Claridge serving as a repository for random morsels of ocular delight, obsessions & expressions, for your inspiration.
25 Ridiculously Wonderful Books To Read With Kids In 2015
A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to School by Benjamin Chaud and Davide Cali for the adventurous story telling kids
In Their Branches
Booktopia has In Their Branches, Stories from ABC Radio National Trees Project by Gretchen Miller. Buy a discounted Hardcover of In Their Branches online from Australia's leading online bookstore.
New book- cover designs for the Observer 100 best books list covers – in pictures
Tom Haentjens has united 100 artists from 28 countries to redesign covers for a book from the list compiled by Robert McCrum in 2003. Here are just 12
70 Capas de Livros que Você Vai Amar | Design com Café
Julgar um livro pela capa não é algo socialmente aceitável, mas como não se apaixonar por capas de livros lindas como essas?
Some of Penguin's best new illustrated covers and a chat with their creator
The other week the good folks over at Penguin sent us a mammoth haul of brand new paperbacks covered in some of the best illustration we’ve seen on literary works for some time. The breadth of commissioning and the use of young and established talent was such that our interest was immediately piqued. So rather than just stacking them all up on our desks to show off what enquiring cultural minds we have, we got in touch with the art director responsible for them all to find out a little bit…