both logosWe are delighted to announce the establishment of a co-publishing partnership with the National Children’s Bureau, a leading children’s charity in the UK. Jessica Kingsley Publishers have taken on the publishing division of the NCB and will be adding over 80 titles on a range of subjects including education, social work, disability, counselling, and adoption and fostering to our existing backlist.

“The acquisition of the National Children’s Bureau publishing division represents an exciting proposition for JKP,” said Jessica Kingsley, Managing Director of JKP. “They are an excellent children’s services publisher with books founded on the expert knowledge of their staff. The chance to acquire classic NCB texts paired with a formal ongoing publishing relationship will enable us to further extend our existing publishing in the field of health, social care and education. It also provides us with a platform to expand our publishing in the field of early years, where National Children’s Bureau have an outstanding reputation for their work. The list perfectly complements the Jessica Kingsley Publishers’ aim to publish books that make a real difference to society.”

The National Children’s Bureau has been improving the lives of children and young people, especially the most vulnerable, for 50 years. It works work with children and for children, to influence government policy, be a strong voice for young people and practitioners, and provide creative solutions on a range of social issues.

Annamarie Hassall, Interim Chief Executive and Director of Programmes at the NCB said: “Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd is a tremendous new home for National Children’s Bureau books, where they will benefit from the publishing, marketing and sales expertise that Jessica Kingsley Publishers represent. We are also extremely excited about the opportunities for new publishing and we look forward to working together in future.”

You can view the list of NCB titles here.

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