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Digital Subscriptions > Writing Magazine > April 2016 > UK CHILDREN’S MARKET


Take inspiration from this children’s publisher

Unique Inspiration is an independent publisher of children’s books and young adult fiction titles.

‘The children’s publishing division at Unique Inspiration was created in 2010,’ said founder Asif Bashir. The division was set up in the wake of the success of Unique Inspiration’s flagship brand, Aku & Kamu, which are classroom books, designed to make learning fun by encouraging active participation between children, parents and teachers. ‘Our vision was to create compelling content for children which encompass a full 360 vision of print, online, digital and offline. Instead of publishing lots of different books, the initial focus was on developing series and creating brands. Our books have now been published across the globe.’

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