book2book

  booktrade.info

Search Booktrade.info:  


Thursday 28th July

Book2book Home Book Trade News Trade Announcements Bestseller Lists About Booktrade.info

Classic Books Become London Benches

Posted at 6:16AM Wednesday 02 Jul 2014

Literary classics ranging from Peter Pan to The Day of the Triffids are being celebrated in a series of colourful illustrated benches.

Designed by artists and writers to look like open books, the 50 seats have been placed around London.

Cartoonist Ralph Steadman and How To Train Your Dragon creator Cressida Cowell are among those taking part.

BBC

Guardian

booksabouttown.org.uk




Get book trade news by email

Daily book trade headlines and breaking publishing news by email - just £3 a month. Click on the Subscribe button below to sign up now

Find out more


Search the news archive:
 






More Book Trade News

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Book Pre-orders Pass 100,000 At Waterstones
www.theguardian.com

The chain is 'expecting this to be the biggest launch since Harry Potter seven'

'Indecent' Books And Comic At Hong Kong Book Fair
www.scmp.com

1,400 books seized and one publisher to be prosecuted

Dubray's 'Refurbished Flagship Shop' in Dublin
www.shelf-awareness.com

Irish bookseller Dubray "has opened the doors to its newly refurbished flagship shop on Dublin's Grafton Street

Hachette Book Group Reorganizes Sales Staff
www.shelf-awareness.com

Follows acquisition of Perseus's publishing division

Ingram Forms Ingram Academic Services
www.shelf-awareness.com

A service customized for university presses and academic publishers

Blasty, Piracy & Phishing On The Wild, Wild, Web
www.bookworks.com

Blasty is an online tool that monitors Google for illegal copies of your content and allows you to remove them with one click

Account Sign-In

Most Popular Stories

  1. Hachette Book Group Reorganizes Sales Staff
  2. Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Book Pre-orders Pass 100,000 At Waterstones
  3. The Working Titles Of Famous Novels From Pride And Prejudice To 1984
  4. Man Booker Prize 2016: Who Will Make The Longlist?
  5. Blasty, Piracy & Phishing On The Wild, Wild, Web
  6. Harry Potter And The Return Of The Bookselling Frenzy
  7. Nielsen Book to Launch ISBN Store, Making ISBNs More Accessible to Self-Published Authors
  8. 'Indecent' Books And Comic At Hong Kong Book Fair
  9. How A Publishing House Designs A Book Cover
  10. Dubray's 'Refurbished Flagship Shop' in Dublin