Waterstones has named Greta Thunberg its author of the year for her book No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference.
A collection of Greta Thunberg speeches will vie against Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments to be crowned book of the year.
A debut novel inspired by the refugee crisis has won a children’s book award.
Kids’ author Pamela Butchart launched her first Secret Seven novel at Waterstones on Thursday — complete with a classic Enid Blyton-style picnic.
Fans of Harry Potter will be able to enjoy a “wizard event” at a Dundee book shop this week.
A bookshop manager is setting off on a 275-mile journey to the Outer Hebrides, armed with more than 600 books for school children.
A former Evening Telegraph journalist celebrated the launch of his new book documenting the history of Scottish football grounds.
A debut novel inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement has won the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize.
A former Harris Academy pupil said it was a “great feeling” to hand his first published work over to readers.
A BMX superstar says Dundee provided him with his “best memories”, as a book about his incredible life is released.
Philip Pullman has described winning the Waterstones book of the year prize for his latest novel – La Belle Sauvage: The Book Of Dust Volume One – as having “cream as well as apple pie”.
Philip Pullman’s latest novel is on the shortlist for this year’s coveted title of Waterstones Book Of The Year.
Hundreds of Tom Hanks fans from around the UK flooded to a London bookshop to meet the actor as he signed copies of his debut book Uncommon Type.
A book written by an American author fascinated by the many quirks of Dundee sold out in just two hours.