With all the new books coming out in the lead-up to Christmas, it can be difficult to decide which to pick up and take home, and which to leave on their neat little shelves. Luckily, it’s our job to do nothing more than be buried in a book, and so here are our current favourites, with a […]

Long have authors had their stories reimagined by the magic of lighting, actors and mise en scène. From To Kill a Mockingbird to the recently released Suffragette, film adaptations have always made for gripping films, and here, we look at the latest books to come to the big screen.

Penguin Junior Designer, Chris Bentham, describes the design process behind Live This Book, by Tom Chatfield. Live This Book combines design and practical exercises to inspire you to reflect on, and interact with, the world around you.

Airline pilot and author of Skyfaring: A Journey With a Pilot, Mark Vanhoenacker writes about the soundtrack to his flying in this exclusive essay.

Heroic and courageous in equal measure, Atticus Finch truly is a top pop. Join us in celebrating Harper Lee’s saintly sire, ahead of the release of Go Set A Watchman next month with a gallery from the 1962 film adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird.

King of bedtime stories, Spot’s dad really is a top dog. If your pop resembles Spot’s father, Joseph O’Connor’s touching poem about fatherhood, from new book Sons and Fathers will strike a chord.

Make your number one dad feel like he’s top of your chart by taking our pop quiz and finding which book will be a hit with him this Father’s Day.

Ali Smith How to be both

How to be both, by Ali Smith is the winner of the Baileys Women’s Prize for fiction 2015. Read both versions of its first chapter here.

There’s nothing quite as shareable as a nicely designed-up quote, is there now? This Father’s Day we thought we’d share two of our favourite literary dad quotes (they’re not at all like dad jokes, we promise)…