Author Beth Kephart challenges the value of categorizing books as being for Young Adults. What does the YA label really tell us, anyway?
When publishers repackage classic literature to look like a YA bestseller, are they leading teens to great literature or just misleading them?
Your answer to the question of whether or not native apps or the open web should become the dominant distribution platform for books largely depends on what you value.
Teaching literacy to our youngest should be a top priority of any society. When money is an issue, charities can help. Where to you donate and why?
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.
Publisher Eterna Cadencia’s marketing campaign to print books with disappearing ink got the media’s attention, but does it cheapen the role of the author?
It’s the Fourth of July holiday in the United States. A time for beer, barbecue, swimming and, hopefully, a great summer book. Tell us: what are you reading?
Australian librarian Gavin Jones’s website offers age-specific book recommendations for people aged 10 to 16. It’s recipe for success? Simplicity.
A report issued by the Sesame Workshop compares the benefits children gain from physical books, e-books and enhanced e-books, finding print largely better.
Would putting the estimated number of hours it would take a reader to finish a book right there on the jacket be a good marketing tool? Or put readers off?