CELEBRATIONS November 2022


The cold is setting in and the delights of winter wonderland are worming this way. Let's cosy up to this month's round-up of celebrations! 

New Releases 

Jenny Moore is celebrating a double success with two books out in the big wide world! First up is Emba Oak and the Terrible Tomorrows - the first in a new four-part fantasy series published by Maverick (28th October 2022). The cover artwork is by David Dean

And next up is Odelia and the Varmint - a Victorian pirate adventure published by New Frontier (1st November 2022). The illustrations are by Elisa Paganelli.

Cover of Emba Oak and the Terrible Tomorrows

Eva Wong Nava is showing us all some love with her beautiful new book, I love Chinese New Year, which is illustrated by Xin Li and published by Scholastic UK (8th December 2022).

I love Chinese New Year by Eva Wong Nava

Karen Lamb is celebrating this month as her book, The Mooncatcher's Rescue, has been published by Walker Books, with stunning cover illustrations by Lia VisirinSomething is stirring in Bigdeepby - legend is rising, and magic is brewing. Can River save the ghost of Mona Brightly and defeat the dastardly pirate DashbuckleA magical adventure about ghosts, pirates and the power of friendship.

Cover of The Mooncatcher's Rescue

Imogen Foxell is celebrating the publication of her gorgeous debut picture book. Maybe You Might is a hopeful environmental fable, illustrated by Anna Cunha, and published by Lantana.

Cover of Maybe You Might

Coming Soon 

Keep tuning in here for all the upcoming news of book deals, new releases and exciting new opportunities!

Agents & Awards 

Have you got a new agent or won/been nominated for an award? Don't be shy. Let us know so we can celebrate with you too!

Good News   

*All images courtesy of authors mentioned above. 

Have you got good news to share? New book? New agent? Award nominee or winner? Are you a new member? Say hi and let us know. Why not send an email over with your good news to celebrations@britishscbwi.org, together with a picture and any links so we can celebrate too! 

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