An introduction to one of the most interesting books to come out about World War I, a book that is aimed at making the trauma accessible to a YA audience.
Children’s book publishing is one of the most innovative areas in publishing, with growing opportunities for digital innovation and new business models.
With a digital category added to the prestigious Ragazzi Awards, the Bologna Children’s Book Fair acknowledged the increasing influence of digital publishing.
In the UK, a top author was forced to cut a “fire-breathing dragon” from her book because of concerns the publisher could be “sued under health and safety regulations.”
The editors of Scholastic News featured the “8 Coolest Kids We Met in 2013,” a roundup of the most inspiring, courageous, and innovative kids featured in the magazines this year.
By Dennis Abrams South African writer Anita Pouroulis, a former primary school teacher from Johannesburg, won the Best World Children’s Book Award at the China […]
Publishing Perspectives’ Dennis Abrams remembers his friend Barbara Park, the late author of the 55 million copy bestselling Junie B. Jones series.
Gertrude Stein’s children’s book, The World is Round, is 75 this year and is being rereleased by Harper Design in a reproduction of the book’s first edition from 1939.
Leading Brazilian children’s publishers are in the spotlight this year at the Frankfurt Book Fair, and demonstrate Brazil’s growing rights business with markets around the world.
Scholastic has donated 1 million books to Reach Out and Read, a literacy charity that works to provide books to at-risk children via doctors and nurses.
Random House Children’s Books is releasing Dr. Seuss’ bestselling oeuvre as ebooks for the first time.