Ahead of the Bologna Book Fair, where Germany is Guest of Honor, German children’s book publishers about the rights opportunities they are seeing globally.
Carlsen’s LeYo! books, out since November, merge print and digital reading for young readers by triggering interactive content on digital devices.
Zeng Yi of China Children’s Press & Publication Group notes China has largely only sold book rights regionally and craves more US/European interest.
South African children’s book publishing is winning international attention — and awards — as the market evolves beyond being a government-driven sector.
The Zimbabwe Book Fair, once the key event in African publishing, has declined. This year, a focus on growing the knowledge economy is giving it new life.
Foyles Book Search is a unique app that enables customers to find the location of a physical book within the confines of Foyle’s Charing Cross bookstore.
The strong US dollar, a struggling bookstore sector and a slowdown in government book acquisitions has pushed the Brazilian publishing sector into a crisis.
Malaysian children’s book illustrator Wen Dee Tan, who won the top prize at the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival, discusses the mission of her work.
Leading UK literary agency Andrew Nurnberg Associates is partnering with Istanbul’s AnatoliaLit agency to expand the agency’s activities in Turkey.
‘Writing translated from other languages makes you see things differently,’ says UK translator Daniel Hahn who will mine the Bologna Book Fair for gems.