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  • S&D Clients Reopening

    With lockdown restrictions easing, many of our S&D Clients have been able to re-open. 

    Farleys House and Gallery: Farleys Sculpture gardens will reopen from 18th April. Galleries and House Tours are scheduled to open to visitors from 20th May. Click here for more information.

    Imperial War Museum: From 12th April, visitors will be welcomed back on...

  • Autumn 2021 Catalogue

    This year’s Autumn 2021 catalogue represents not only our finest collection of new titles ever, but a bold statement of confidence in the future of high quality publishing in general and the Unicorn Publishing Group imprints in particular.

    Click here to view our Autumn 2021 catalogue!

  • Unicorn Shanghai Bureau

    Reflecting China’s vibrant contemporary art scene, and our increasing role in it, we have opened our Unicorn Shanghai Bureau. Shanghai is its epicentre with no fewer than 800 art spaces and thousands of exhibiting artists, numbers growing all the time, and we will be working with them to publish and market beautiful art books around the world. 

  • Unicorn acquires Nine Lives: The History of Biggin Hill

    We are very excited to have acquired the rights for a new book about the history of Biggin Hill airport. Starting as a bumpy landing field in 1916, Biggin Hill famously went on to become a major RAF fighter airfield in the Second World War and is now an international air hub, London Biggin Hill Airport. Called Nine Lives: The History of Biggin...

  • French edition of Winston Churchill: Painting on the French Riviera

    We are delighted to announce that Albin Michel have acquired the rights to publish a French edition of Winston Churchill: Painting on the French Riviera. The book will be published in October 2021 and translated by French specialist of Churchill, Antoine Capet.

  • Gourmand Awards shortlist

    Since winning the Gourmand Awards Autumn Harvest 2021, Unicorn title Under the Olive Tree by Anna Maggio has now been shortlisted for Best in the World Gourmand Awards 2021. The winners will be announced in an awards ceremony in Paris on 5th June 2021. Click here for more information.

  • Military History Matters Awards

    We are delighted to share that Uniform title, Hunger: How Food Shaped the Course of the First World War by Rick Blom has been shortlisted for the Military History Matters Book of the Year Award. Voting is open now until 8th March 2021 so do cast your vote now by clicking here.

  • Louis Coatalen book award

    Unicorn title Louis Coatalen: Engineering Impresario of Humber, Sunbeam, Talbot and Darracq by Oliver Heal has won the Society of Automotive Historians 'Michael Sedgwick Award 2020' following numerous glowing reviews and other award nominations. Click here for more information.

  • Lockdown Learning

    Unicorn Publishing Group recently worked on a charity project with Willesborough Schools and the Willesborough Community to publish Lockdown Learning – The Willesborough Way for the local community and children.
     
    The headteacher Fran Rusbridge said: "Our school motto is ‘Wonder, inspire, shine’ and you have certainly provided us with wonderful,...

  • Christmas Orders

    The last day to order in time for Christmas is Friday 18th December 2020. 

    We are accepting orders throughout the festive period but after this date we cannot guarantee your parcel will arrive before 25th December 2020. Our office will be closed from 21st December 2020 and re-opening on 4th January 2021, any orders placed during this time will...

  • Best Book Awards

    We are delighted to share that Cherish by Louise Poynton has been honoured as a Finalist in the 2020 Best Book Awards in the Novelty and Gift Book category.

  • Christmas Advent

    As Christmas nears our annual countdown to Christmas begins. This year our Unicorn Advent Calendar is jam packed full of signed copies, competitions, gift ideas and festive cheer so keep an eye on our social media from 1st to 24th December