Hachette

Hachette New Zealand is part of Hachette Book Group, a large international publishing company. With sister companies in Australia, UK and the US, we have amazing opportunities to work with some of the biggest names in the industry.

We are very proud to publish a small but perfectly formed selection of NZ titles including iconic brands such as Edmonds and Digby Law as well as the award-winning children’s author and illustrator Donovan Bixley.

We also distribute a stellar collection of internationally bestselling authors including Alexander McCall Smith, Anita Shreve, Anna Smaill, Brandon Sanderson, Charlaine Harris, Chris Ryan, Daisy Meadows,David Lagercrantz, Donna Tartt, Elizabeth George, Ian Rankin, Janet Evanovich, J.K. Rowling, John Grisham, Maeve Binchy, Margaret Mahy, Martina Cole, Nalini Singh, Nicholas Sparks, Nicky Pellegrino, Nora Roberts, Robert Jordan, Robert Muchamore, Sarah Waters, Stephen King, and Tasmina Perry.

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Books

Mr Panda is happy to help his friends prepare for a special surprise, so long as they remember to use their manners. The delightful Mr Panda, Lemur and a bunch of new friends are back for a third hilarious story about the importance of good manners. Steve Antony, who is both author and illustrator, has had a… Read More

This astonishing memoir of a childhood lived in extreme poverty in Latin America was hailed as an instant classic following its publication in Colombia in 2012, almost a decade after the death of its author. Now translated into English, The Book of Emma Reyes describes in vivid detail, the remarkable courage and imagination of a young girl… Read More

Acclaimed Norwegian author, Lars Mytting, recently published his debut fiction novel, The Sixteen Trees of the Somme, translated from the original Norwegian by Paul Russell Garrett. Following (chronologically and poetically) his bestselling non-fiction book on woodcutting, Norwegian Wood, this novel is a tender story about finding one’s roots. For most of his twenty-five years on… Read More

Years ago, just before the country was incinerated to wasteland, ten men and their families colonised an island off the coast. They built a radical society of ancestor worship, controlled breeding, and the strict rationing of knowledge and history. On the island, boys grow up knowing they will one day reign, while girls know they… Read More

Lane Roanoke is fifteen when she comes to live with her grandparents and fireball cousin, Allegra, at the Roanoke family's rural estate following the suicide of her mother. Over one long, hot summer, Lane experiences the benefits of being one of the beloved beautiful Roanoke girls. What she slowly comes to realise though, is that… Read More

I enjoyed A Crime in the Family. It is promoted as revealing one of the most extraordinary untold stories of the Second World War. In reality it describes one man’s search to understand his own and his family’s past history and the dark secrets that lurk within. As a journey of personal discovery, I was… Read More

Roxane Gay’s new collection of short stories arrives with much anticipation. With her debut novel, An Untamed State, and essay collection, Bad Feminist, Gay has established herself as a strong contender in the literary world. Her newest work displays this strength. The writing is clean and incisive. Gay uses deceptively simple turns of phrases to… Read More

Rosie and Penn have always wanted a daughter. Four sons later, they decide to try one last time -- and their beautiful little boy Claude is born. Life continues on until the day that Claude says that, when he grows up, he wants to be a girl. As far as his parents are concerned, he… Read More

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