Canadian YA author Deborah Ellis writes books about young people who bravely confront dangerous situations and donates her royalties to help them.
Rosemary Stimola, literary agent for both the Hunger Games and the 2011 YA National Book Award winner, discusses the fast evolving children’s publishing business.
Successful children’s book author and illustrator John Rocco shares his views on the industry, and on how books can help kids and parents connect.
In children’s publishing news: the Children’s Choice Book Awards, borrowing Harry Potter from Amazon, and a farewell to Maurice Sendak.
Author Beth Kephart on how chairing the National Book Awards’ jury for children’s books led to her calling as an inspired YA author.
Children’s book author and illustrator — and one time reluctant reader — Peter Brown hides lessons in his stories, and learns a few himself visiting schools.
Sisters Sinikka and Tiina Nopola are the creators of Ricky Rapper, Finland’s most popular children’s book character.
Sharjah’s Children’s Festival drew together Arabic and foreign publishers for cultural exchanges; now annual, it aims to become the Bologna of the Middle East.
Night & Day Studios: licensing, partnerships, and independent projects on the way to developing the best possible children’s app.
Belfast’s tSathaid Mhor (aka Dragonfly Press) is making a name for itself with its beautifully illustrated and unique Irish language children’s books.