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Evans Brothers is a British publishing house that is part of the Evans Publishing Group UK. The company was founded by brothers Robert and Edward Evans in 1903.


The beginning

In 1903, brothers Robert and Edward Evans founded Evans Brothers, London focused on the publication of teacher training journals and periodicals. Initially headquartered at the brothers' residence at 118, Newgate Street, London, England, early Evans Brothers publications included some of the foremost teacher training materials of the time, such as 'The Education News of Scotland,’ ‘Irish School Weekly,’ ‘Woman Teachers World,’ ‘The Word Master,’ ‘The Music Teacher,’ ‘Child Education,’ and ‘The School Mistress.’ In the first year of operations, the company grossed 150 pounds.

In the 1930s, Evans Brothers London moved into book publishing, with emphasis on children’s books. Notable titles from the Evans stable included the Evans War Classics, Dam Busters, and a number of titles from the prolific British children's writer Enid Blyton.[1]


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