Vaddey Ratner’s novel of her childhood under the Khmer Rouge, In the Shadow of the Banyan, is a moving personal journey of reconciliation readers can share.
When publishers repackage classic literature to look like a YA bestseller, are they leading teens to great literature or just misleading them?
What really goes into making a BEA buzz book? Authorial obsessions, personal histories, medical redemption, the art and deliberate artifice of voice.
‘As subsequent stories creep out from the epicenter, the work becomes more diluted,’ said one novelist at BEA’s YA Buzz panel, where hot titles were showcased.
Kristi Yamaguchi’s kids books are inspired by her experiences as a young competitor finding her way in unfamiliar parts of the world.
PP’s first conference in New York City on children’s book publishing was a success because of our attendees and speakers. Thank you for coming!
Publishing Perspectives’ inaugural children’s book conference offered up some fascinating answers to the question of what makes for a truly great kid’s book.
Raina Telgemeier success making graphic novels aimed at young female readers has helped expand the boundaries of the genre.
Children’s book author and illustrator — and one time reluctant reader — Peter Brown hides lessons in his stories, and learns a few himself visiting schools.
« Back to Conference Home When: Thursday, May 31, 2012, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Where: Scholastic Headquarters, 557 Broadway, New York, NY — See map » Price: $249 includes full conference access, breakfast and lunch — Register now » Paula K. Allen, SVP, Nickelodeon Global Publishing Paula Allen is a publishing executive with over 28 years experience in developing …