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At Hachette NZ we proudly join our colleagues around the world to stand against racism and discrimination of any kind. We stand in solidarity with all Black colleagues, authors, illustrators, creators, booksellers, librarians and readers. We must stand together, educate ourselves and become better allies.
Author H. G. Parry shares two deleted chapters from her debut novel, The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep. Here she explains why they were cut. Scroll down further to find out more about the book
In the current climate of uncertainty surrounding school closures and access to books, Hachette New Zealand are pleased to advise we will be granting free permissions for online story-time events in order to continue to support schools, bookshops and public libraries. Access to books for children is now both more crucial and less certain than ever. For that reason, Hachette is permitting authors, illustrators, teachers, librarians and booksellers to host read-aloud experiences across digital platforms, as outlined by the guidelines here: