As in May, Agape Jr. dominates the bestseller list in Brazil (expect 50 Shades to bump it next month), meanwhile publishers protest anti-unauthorized bio law.
Let’s Read, a bold initiative to promote reading among preschool children in Gaza, launched at the Al-Shati refugee camp after overcoming many challenges.
Vikram Savkar from Nature Publishing Group describes the mission behind his successful digital textbook, Principles of Biology, at the IDPF Conference.
An English teacher can teach you grammar, but they can also put your books in students’ hands, serve as your Pied Piper and help you sell many more books.
Night & Day Studios: licensing, partnerships, and independent projects on the way to developing the best possible children’s app.
Dom Testa, author of the popular Galahad series has created the Big Brain Club to help persuade young people that ‘smart is cool.’
Bilbao’s DADA Company is a new app developer striving to create ‘new ways of creating and feeling, where old and new ways of looking at the world coexist.’
The Classroom Library Co., a new St. Louis based educational distributor and publisher, is designed with the needs of the teacher in mind.
Scholastic’s Parent and Child Magazine has created a list of the 100 best greatest books for kids, Pottermore promises OverDrive e-books for loan, and more.
A sudden change in school curriculum by the new conservative government in Spain may cost textbook publishers close to 100 million euros. Lawsuits await.