In conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, the BBC has announced that they will be publishing a series of 11 new Doctor Who short stories written by “well-known children’s authors” starting this month. The stories will appear each month and will feature each regeneration of the Doctor, beginning with William Hartnell.
Walker Books UK has acquired worldwide rights for two more Alex Rider graphic novels, based on Anthony Horowitz‘ series. The adaptations for Scorpia and Ark Angel will be written by Anthony Johnston. The series has reportedly topped 70,000 in sales.
Summer reading is quite a blast. Sit out in the shade, get your eReader out (or your hardcover/paperback if you’re old school) and drift away into another world… That’s why it’s great to have new reading material, such as books by James Lee Burke, Daniel Silva, David Hagberg and more! First, we know a lot […]
The Diamond Brothers is a series of novels by English author Anthony Horowitz. The books are targeted at children and are full of humour (puns, pop culture references and wacky scenarios). Tim Diamond is a horrible detective, whereas his brother Nick is the more intelligent of the two. In 1989, The Falcon’s Malteser was adapted […]
Alex Rider is a series of young adult novels by English author Anthony Horowitz featuring a 14 year-old spy. The first book in the series, Stormbreaker, was made into a movie in 2006 that starred Alex Pettyfer (pictured above). There is also a video game based on the movie for Nintendo DS and Game Boy […]