Working with UNESCO’s European Capital of Culture program for Denmark this autumn, Hay Festival plans a new children’s literature festival for October.
‘I think we’re starting to recover,’ says one of 15 Brazilian publishers who are preparing to travel to next month’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair.
A substantial uptick in submissions to the illustration exhibition, deepens the field for visitors and for visual artists working in children’s publishing.
Despite its stance among the top three children’s publishers in Russia, the Danish media corporation Egmont has sold its Russian operation to shareholders.
Literary agent Stephanie Barrouillet is preparing her rights list of French, Spanish and international children’s books to showcase at the Bologna Book Fair
International publishing trips to Turkey and Germany promise to expand your network and introduce you to new publishers, authors and literary figures. Applications are now being accepted. Apply now.
With new attention to diversity issues, Scholastic’s sixth biennial survey adds an Australian edition, and looks extensively on reading aloud at home.
Spain’s Elisa Yuste talks us through leading concepts and directions in apps for kids and young adults in the coming year, including more apps for ‘Android kids.’
In a look at how consumer research can focus on a given demographic, Nielsen Book’s Jo Henry reveals signs that boys aged 9 to 12 may be reading more.
Extending the outreach effort of its literature programs for young people, New Zealand’s Storylines Trust revamps its plans for more touring this year.