Trade journal Quill and Quire conducted a round-table discussion to ask: ‘Are we in a golden age of Canadian picture books?’
Oetinger, one of Germany’s largest children’s books publishers, has launched a new company, Storydocks, dedicated to interactive and digital storytelling.
The Scholastic Reading Club and We Need Diverse Books are promoting a list of 75 titles for middle-grade readers featuring diverse characters and plots.
Following the closure of the Roald Dahl Prize last month, Scholastic will introduce ‘a new series of awards for funny children’s books in the UK.’
A panel of YA publishing pros discuss the latest trends — including a focus on realism — and the need to sustain direct relationships with readers.
Execs from Cornelsen Schulverlage, Scholastic India, Capstone’s myON, and Microsoft Education share thoughts about various edtech business models.
Paris’ Musée des Arts Décoratifs celebrates publisher l’école des loisirs’ 50th birthday with an exhibition on the creation of children’s books.
Nosy Crow has partnered with the British Museum to produce a children’s books that will make art and history more accessible.
Randy Petway of Publishing Technology previews his talk at the Frankfurt Book Fair about licensing children’s books and media properties.
A direct sales force of 5,000 young mothers has increased sales for Indonesia’s Pelangi Mizan publishing group fourfold in the last three years.