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Random House Children’s Books will publish for the first time 13 classic Judy Blume books for young readers as e-books.
Yes, the digital world offers equal opportunity for all. And when it doesn’t, it’s often people from the smaller nations that take things into their own hands.
UK retail consultant Philip Downer tours New York City’s bookstores and can’t help comparing them–sometimes favorably–to those in London.
Scholastic announces new Captain Underpants books, Ruckus Media does a licensing deal with Sea World, and Zombie Kid publishers sued by Wimpy Kid, & more.
‘People don’t revere the old comics enough,’ says Manuel Morin, owner of Paris’ BD Spirit, which offers 50-80,000 titles, many of them collectors items.
Critic Drew Nellins is shocked by the deluge of material-including five pages of blurbs-used to promote one novel. It lead’s him to ask: is excess the new norm?
A new professional program and $300,000 to support translations marked 30 years of commitment to reading and literacy at the Sharjah International Book Fair.
What profitable, forward-thinking publishing house would not want to run its very own film/TV production company?
Top quality apps are expensive and direct-to-ebook conversions lack punch, so what’s a picture book publisher who wants to go digital to do?