Q&A with Feminist Oracles illustrator, Laura Callaghan
Science books for young readers
In anticipation of British Science Week in March, we take a closer look at two new science books for young readers examining the lives of Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin.
Plantfulness ASMR with artist Julie Rose Bower
How Should One Read a Book?
LKP staff answer Virginia Woolf’s intriguing question ‘How Should One Read a Book?’
8 Reasons to Get Back on Your Bike
We hear from Alan Anderson, author of Back on Your Bike, as he shares eight surprising reasons why we should keep cycling.
Non-fiction books for kids
We’re celebrating Non-Fiction November with some brilliant books for young readers
8 Tips for Working From Home
With new lockdown measures across the country many of us have had to adapt to the ‘new...
Q&A with Movie Tarot illustrator Natalie Foss
We speak with the brilliantly talented illustrator of our latest Tarot Cards. Welcome to the Laurence King...
Q&A with Bijou Karman
Q&A with illustrator Elisa Macellari
We spoke to Elisa Macellari about creating the first graphic novel on international icon, Yayoi Kusama.
The Morbid Anatomy Story
Joanna Ebenstein is an internationally recognized death expert. She is the creator of the Morbid Anatomy blog, library and event series and was cofounder and creative director of the recently shuttered Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn. Her most recent book, Anatomica: The Exquisite and Unsettling Art of Human Anatomy brings together some of the most striking, fascinating and bizarre artworks from the 16th through to the 20th century, exploring human anatomy in one beautiful volume.