In stores July 2021.
And the winner is... James McKenzie Watson!
Penguin Random House authors and publisher Julie Watts recognised in this year's list.
We're delighted to announce the recipients of the 2021 Write It Fellowship.
ERIC CARLE, 1929 – 2021
We are thrilled to share The Bass Rock by Evie Wyld has won the 2021 Stella Prize!
Scintillate your senses with the latest scent-sation in publishing.
We're thrilled to reveal the shortlist for the 2021 Penguin Literary Prize.
Acclaimed Memoir by Former First Lady of the U.S. Michelle Obama Has Sold More Than 15 Million Copies Worldwide
We are thrilled to announce that submissions for the annual Penguin Literary Prize are now open.
We’re thrilled to announce that the 2021 Penguin Random House Australia (PRHA) Write It Fellowship is open for submissions.
The presidential memoirs of Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States, will be published in two volumes.
Celebrate 80 years of Puffin in 2020.
We’re thrilled to share that Wiradjuri author Tara June Winch’s The Yield has won the 2020 Miles Franklin Literary Award.
June 18, 2020 — Penguin Random House announced today that one million copies of Bluey books have sold in Australia.
Winner to be announced on 16 July 2020.
And the winner is... Sophie Overett!
We’re delighted to announce the publication of Richard Flanagan’s new novel, The Living Sea of Waking Dreams, in October 2020.
Smiling Mind is Australia's #1 mindfulness app.
In 2020, our favourite lovable puppy celebrates his 40th birthday and we're celebrating!
For the first time, a children’s picture book has won the Australian Book Industry Awards prestigious Book of the Year prize.
Winners to be announced on Wednesday 13 May.
Netflix have announced a new documentary following Michelle Obama during the publication of her bestselling memoir, Becoming, which will be released on Wednesday 6 May.
Tara June Winch has won the Christina Stead Prize for Fiction and the Book of the Year.
Things come from nowhere.
There were no other survivors.
We are absolute podcast tragics.
Every one of us is born with the ability to lead the change we care enough to make.
‘I’m going to die tonight. I’m going to die tonight.’
The baby is starting to grumble.
‘What on earth has Harry got now?’
In the bar room of Jack & Charlie’s 21 Club, toys dangled from the ceiling.
“OVERLORD, THIS IS Sabre. We are three clicks from the target.”
One does not have be a combat soldier, or visit a refugee camp in Syria or the Congo to encounter trauma.
It is a time of tilting days.
Henrietta Yi and her team have been underground for three days.
An old man, his arm around a woman, smiles from a photograph at the top of my computer screen.
The night Charlie Rabbit disappears, Delia thinks of her sister.
Nineteen-ninety, I reflected, was not turning out to be the best of years for me.
The boy gasped for breath, hair in his mouth, before the next wave slammed him back against the bottom. He tumbled, the fizz of bubbles around him.
Ethan Salt tip-toed to the very edge of the tenement rooftop, rolling his special poster into a perfect telescope.
It was a perfect day for a funeral.
They gave him the gun in New York, he was pretty certain, and he thought some money too.
Business. Read the textbooks and you’re in no doubt that it’s a sensible career of deep dullness.
The stranger got into position under the streetlight at eleven p.m., as agreed.
MY NOVEL TURTLES ALL THE WAY DOWN was published in October of 2017, and after spending that month on tour for the book, I came home to Indianapolis and blazed a trail between my children’s tree house and the little room where my wife and I often work
Hello, I’m so glad you’ve picked up my book.
“WHY ARE WE HERE AGAIN?” MASTER SERGEANT CARY MARKS SAID, SHIFTING HIS weight for what seemed like the hundredth time.
Considered the 'Oscars' of the comic book industry, here's our 2021 nominees.
Karen Ginnane on the fun facts she learnt while writing When Days Tilt.
The Leading Edge author on embracing the art of play and leading with curiosity.
The bestselling author of The Life Plan on the importance of noticing the little things that you accomplish each day.
Karen Ginnane on the inspiration for her debut YA novel, When Days Tilt.
Startling figures from Mary Ann Sieghart revealing the unseen bias at work in our everyday lives.
Victoria Devine's top five tips to help you reach your savings goals sooner.
Australia’s most entertaining business blogger, Ian Whitworth, explains his path to publication.
Overcoming the dreaded book slump is easy with these rad reads.
Read the rainbow with new stories from Becky Albertalli, Tobias Madden, Krystal Sutherland, Alicia Jasinska and more.
Port Arthur convicts turned to cannibalism in an attempt to survive in the harsh Australian bush.
Set yourself up for good health with a whole-food plant-based diet.
Tips from Stay at Home Mum on how to blog for a profit.
Vivian Pham and Penguin Random House honoured in Australian Book Industry Awards.
Video chats are here to stay. Make them fun with a Penguin backdrop.
Tim Winton and his publisher Nikki Christer reflect on 30 years of Cloudstreet.
The Emporium of Imagination author on the power of magical realism.
The First Lady of the United States pens a letter to her younger self.
New stories from bestselling authors Lynette Noni, Becky Albertali, Karen M. McManus, Rick Riordan, and more.
Author Krystal Sutherland shares her favourite stories.
Boost your Easter spirit by hiding books, chocolate and toys in eggs.
The abundant benefits of books.
Australia’s leading animal behaviourists on raising a calm, confident puppy.
A behind-the-scenes look at the cover design process for Yumiko Kadota’s memoir.
A delicious wonton recipe from Kylie Kwong to try at home.
People have requested this recipe the most after hearing about it in the Ed Sheeran episode.
Cookie dough, but it's healthy? Yep. We play to win the game.
An epic celebration cake topped with decadent marshmallow icing.
A comforting lamb dish with potatoes, wine and passata.
The perfect pizza for chilli lovers.
This is toad in the hole, Asian style!
A sweet, oaty, hazelnutty base filled with a banana ice cream ‘cheesecake’ layer, then topped with blueberry compote. Yum!
Try it fresh or toasted, this Easter treat is utterly delicious.
A delicious, boozy dinner party dish that's sure to impress.
It’s so moreish and delicious everyone will want a slice.
Delight your book club with these delicious cookies from The Moroccan Daughter.
A slightly sweet ricotta spread livens up toast and pairs wonderfully with a pear and banana topping in this delicious morning starter.
“Pound” cake comes from using a pound each of four ingredients, but Aaron Day shows how to get the same buttery-rich texture without the sugar and extra carbs in this delicious keto air fryer recipe.
This recipe has been a fan favourite for over a decade. Cut it into slices for the kids or into tiny squares as a treat with your cuppa. It also freezes well, so you can stash a few squares away for when no one is looking.
This hearty soup is a proper hug in a mug. The ricotta and Parmesan topping really fulfills the 'lasagne' promise, but if you don’t want to bother you can just top it with grated cheese and it’ll still be a winner. The super-cheesy garlicky toasties are a good addition to any tomatoey soup — or just eat them on their own!
So-named because it contains prunes, this is a classic Christmas dish, here using butter instead of the traditional beef suet.
The fruit mince in this recipe is quick to prepare and needs no time to mature, making these an easy festive treat to bake.
This is not exactly the same as perhaps the most precious recipe in my repertoire, My Mother’s Praised Chicken, which found a home in my eighth book, Kitchen, but it owes a lot to it. A family favourite, it’s a simple one-pot dish which brings comfort and joy, and it is my pleasure to share that with you.
I have been making a banana bread with chocolate and tahini on repeat for a while now, and every time I’ve eaten it over the last year or so, I couldn’t help thinking that the particular combination of intense chocolatiness, sweet, texture-softening banana and the rich earthiness of tahini would make the perfect warm pudding.
Learn how to make your own sourdough starter with James Strawbridge.
So easy to whip together, this one-pan meal has dinner on the table in 30 minutes!
A fruity dish from Ottolenghi Flavour by Yotam Ottolenghi and Ixta Belfrage.
A vegetarian recipe that is simply as good as any steak (with mash), if not better.
The debut author of the YA novel soon to hit Netflix on discipline, working with Daniel Kaluuya, and the complications of writing about time travel.
The Penguin Literary Prize winner on inspiration, advice and what's next.
Meet the author-illustrator and autism advocate behind A Different Sort of Normal.
The bestselling author discusses tapping back into Jack's world, twisty-turny stories and her favourite crime dramas.
Meet Anna Zobel, author and illustrator of Little Gem.
A Glasshouse of Stars author on second-person narration, immigration and childhood fears.
The Great Circle author on inspiring travel, research and spending seven years on her latest novel.
Vintage Creative Director Suzanne Dean and artist Lena Peters on circles, Murakami and monkeys.
The Jam Queens author on the joy of writing foodie fiction.
House of Hollow author on ghost doors, googling corpses and advice to aspiring YA authors.
The Emotional Female author on writing, toxic workplaces and what's next.
The Welcome To Nowhere River author on the art of noticing, the importance of community and finding time to write.
The Tour author on royalty, research and writing historical fiction.
The Silent Listener author on the best and hardest things about finishing her debut novel.
The Funny Thing About Norman Foreman author on grief, happiness and her favourite comedy legend.
The Lioness author shares a message of love, determination and hope.
The international ballet star on dance, deafness and discipline.
The Future Women team reflect on the themes of Untold Resilience and extraordinary women interviewed for the book.
Lee Child and younger brother Andrew have collaborated for the first time on The Sentinel and Jack Reacher fans are in for a treat.
The Australian actress on the daunting task of narrating The Living Sea of Waking Dreams audiobook for Booker Prize winning author (and family friend) Richard Flanagan.
The Booker Prize winning author answers our questions about his strangely beautiful story about hope and love and orange-bellied parrots: The Living Sea of Waking Dreams.
The inspirational author on gratefulness, savouring, self-love and getting through tough times.
The Either Side of Midnight author on comedy vs crime, writing advice and pointy things near eyeballs.
The English Pastoral author reveals some lessons learned on and from the land.
Pre-schoolers will love to play hide-and-seek with Magoo, the fun and loveable red dog from We Love You Magoo!
A sweet and funny picture book for anyone who loves dinosaur fossils, friends and cheese sandwiches.
Step outside and discover the science that surrounds you
Step outside and discover the science that surrounds you.
Take an awe-inspiring journey through space history!
Find joy inside on a rainy day with Milly and her classmates.
Zoë Foster Blake's beloved character Fart is back. Together with his new friend Burp, they're off on an adventure to use their bad pongs for good!
Download the poster by Abigail Balfe.
And other great ideas for indoor days.
Meet Coco, the Fish with Hands!
Jelly flubber! Wobbly gong!
Make your own Stand Up! Speak Up! mini-book.
Help Ginger and Mike find these 16 hidden items in his messy bedroom.
Cut out wild animals to play hide and seek around the house!
Dig a little deeper to find a hidden world!
A fun and inspiring practical guide on how young people can make a real difference.
Everything you need to know about what we’re doing to our environment, good and bad.
A gorgeously illustrated book all about oceans for young animal and conservation enthusiasts.
How do you communicate your feelings?
In what part of the world could you find an Orchid Mantis?
Get ready to discover a whole new world of colours.
This Earth Day, help kids learn and engage with the environment around them through these informative and fun activity sheets.
Celebrate 50 years of the wonderful world of Mr Men and Little Miss with this fun party pack
Celebrate Easter with this free printable download.
Ponder whether one life is worth more than another with Fiona McIntosh's latest thriller.
A (Penguin Literary Prize) winning pick for book club.
This heart-stopping thriller set on the rugged coast of Tasmania is an excellent choice for book club.
An award-winning pick for your next book club meeting.
What could drive a mother to do the unthinkable?
A captivating novel about love, sacrifice, secrets and resilience that's perfect for book club.
A pick for book club that's warm, witty and wise.
An exquisite, heartbreakingly beautiful gem of a novel for anyone who loved Wonder, Lenny's Book of Everything, A Monster Calls or When You Reach Me.
Track down your reading group to discuss Candice Fox's latest thriller.
A beautiful and uplifting story to share with your reading group.
Explore themes of motherhood, secrets and family lore with your book club.
With IVF treatments, a family trip on the Ghan and some award winning jam, there's plenty to unpack with your reading group.
Book club discussion questions and teaching resources.
A light-hearted and optimistic pick for book club.
Take your reading group into the dark, gothic heart of rural Australia.
A tale of extraordinary friendship and a lifetime of stories to share with your book club pals.
A must-read for book clubs and fans of The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul.
Reading group discussion questions for ages 12+.
Sweep your book club off to Malaysia with this spellbinding novel of war and family betrayal.
A classic whodunit for the most perceptive reading groups.
Settle in for a memorable reading group discussion, with Barack Obama’s long-awaited memoirs: A Promised Land.
Sweep your book club off to the sun-kissed vineyards of rural France.
These friends think they know everything about one another, but time has a way of making us strangers to those we love...
Your reading group will adore this family drama from much-loved author Monica McInerney.