With a number of changes to the publication schedule over recent weeks, we thought it would be helpful to pull together the latest round-up of new titles coming up next month. Click the image below to open the June new titles presentation from our field sales team.
There’s another terrific line-up to enjoy. In fiction we publish some superb debuts, including Kester Grant’s stunning fantasy reimagining of Les Miserables and Elizabeth Whetmore’s compulsive novel Valentine, a debut that explores the aftershock of a brutal crime on the women of a small Texas oil town.
In non-fiction, Matt Ridley builds on his bestseller The Rational Optimist to chronicle the history of innovation, and how we need to change our thinking on the subject. In addition we have the paperback of Open Side by Sam Warburton, a book that indies sold through so well in hardback last autumn.
Our children’s list for June features a gorgeous new Mini Rabbit story from super-talented picture book creator, John Bond, and a lovely collection of three Paddington stories that brings together three favourite classic adventures – Paddington in the Garden, Paddington at the Carnival and Paddington and
the Grand Tour.
For more information on any of the featured books, contact your HarperCollins rep or catch us on the usual Independent Thinking channels.