By Edward Nawotka
Children’s publishing remains one of the brightest spots in publishing. YA fiction remains hot and the field has proven both innovative in terms of digital publishing and resilient in terms of print sales. It is — or should be — a wonderful time to be a children’s publisher.
Still, there are challenges, not the least of which is that children’s are increasingly tempted by more and more alluring digital distractions, including games, television and the Internet, all of which could turn reading into a secondary activity.
So tell us, what do you think will be the top challenge facing children’s publishing in 2012?[poll id=37]
Or perhaps it’s something altogether different. Let us know what you think in the comments.