Rick Richter of Ruckus Media Group discusses their new partnership with print giant Scholastic.
Travel guide publisher Lonely Planet launches a series of books aimed at children, the Not-For-Parents series.
Philippa Gregory has signed a world rights agreement with Simon and Schuster to publish four young adult historical romance titles
Eric Carle Museum of Amherst, Massachusetts handed out awards to authors, illustrators and patrons of children’s books at the sixth annual Carle Honors gala.
A senior Russian Orthodox official insists that novels by Vladimir Nabokov and Gabriel Garcia Marquez should be banned from Russia’s high schools.
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.
Demibooks Composer is an iPad software platform that allows publishers to create interactive e-books without any coding.
On October 13th we begin The Play’s The Thing — a one year, roughly chronological exploration of the plays of William Shakespeare.
A former computer programmer launches StoryRobin books, a children’s publisher that offers a DIY online community site and, now, its first two titles in print.
LeVar Burton is launching RRKidz, a rebooted online version of PBS’s Reading Rainbow, and plans to offer hundreds of books via subscription model.