Frecklebox wants to personalize published children’s books and divvy up the royalties with the publisher and the author.
Travel guide publisher Lonely Planet launches a series of books aimed at children, the Not-For-Parents series.
UpRise Books Project is on a mission to get banned and challenged books directly into the hands of underprivileged middle school and high school students.
Frederick Warne announced the publication of The Further Tale of Peter Rabbit in September 2012, the 110th anniversary of the bunny’s first appearance in print.
Bologna may be the major children’s book fair, but Frankfurt’s 7,500 exhibitors from 100+ countries is another opportunity to mine the best the world has to offer.
The new JibJab Jr. Children’s Starring You app uses photos of your child and makes them the lead character in their own e-book.
Promoted as an educational coloring book, We Shall Never Forget 9/11: The Kid’s Book of Freedom fails the grade.
My 11-year-old nephew is reading War and Peace. How did that happen? It all has to do with his parents and the way they inspired him from an early age.
O’Reilly’s Tools of Change conference at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair focused on apps vs. e-books, legacy publishers vs. start-ups, and adapting to this digital world. By Sophie Rochester The children’s market is a huge opportunity within the digital publishing arena, but for the first time, computer and tech publishing giant O’Reilly Media took it’s “Tools of Change” conference on …
By Helen Gregg On Tuesday, December 7, Publisher’s Weekly and Digital Book World hosted an online seminar (or webinar) called “Children’s Publishing in the Digital Age.” Moderated by PW’s Co-Editorial Director Jim Milliot, speakers included Susan Katz, president and publisher of HarperCollins Children’s Book Group, Rick Richter, founder of Ruckus Media, and Kate Wilson, founder of UK-based Nosy Crow. Each …