Our company was founded by Frances Lincoln in 1977. We published our first books two years later, and we have been creating illustrated books of the highest quality ever since, with special emphasis on gardening, walking and the outdoors, art, architecture, design and landscape. In 1983 we started to publish illustrated books for children. Since then we have won many awards and prizes with both fiction and non-fiction children's books. Both lists have a strong multicultural element and a high reputation internationally. Our many publishing partners include Oxfam, The Royal Horticultural Society and The Victoria and Albert Museum; we want all our books to reflect the richness and diversity of the world we live in today. An illustrated stationery list appeared for the first time in 1992. Today we publish address books, desk diaries and journals in association with several major museums and institutions. Frances Lincoln died, aged 55, in February 2001. Her husband, John Nicoll, now runs the company. We publish about 100 new books a year, and have nearly 1000 in print. Our turnover is around £6 million per annum and we employ about 40 people. Our offices are in Kentish Town, London.
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