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Imperial War Museums teams with Penguin

Penguin Random House Children’s UK to republish trio of classic books.

Imperial War Museums has revealed a new partnership with Penguin Random House Children’s UK.

To launch the partnership, the company will republishing a trio of classic books which show the impact of the First World War on British lives, reports The Bookseller.

The books – Remembrance by Breslin, Stay Where You Are and Then Leave by Boyne and A Vicarage Family by Streatfeild – will feature forwards from a contemporary author and contextual introductions from an IWM curator.

In addition, PRH Children’s will also be creating a choice of books for children of all ages.

The partnership will officially launch in September, reports The Bookseller, and will include non-fiction projects, picture books, postcard boxes and further fiction titles.

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