With 162 nominations, the library-based CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway programs are operating on diversity guidance from a survey of past selections.
Kate Wilson, managing director for leading UK children’s publisher Nosy Crow, discusses goes into writing book apps and how it differs from picture books.
With 75 first-time exhibitors and 400 speakers in the show’s programming, London Book Fair is up and running.
A dedicated contingent of UK publishers are at the Frankfurt Book Fair, with plenty of meetings in their diaries but also more time to make new connections.
The UK’s Independent Publishers Guild is holding two days of informational and networking events in March at its International Publishing Forum.
The FutureBook program in London, a paid-admission online conference this year, announces award shortlists in five categories.
With Axel Scheffler’s illustrations and Hugh Bonneville’s narration, Nosy Crow’s ‘Coronavirus: A Book for Children’ is a free download.
Unlike many events, the Brussels fair has been able to start its run on time this week–with medical personnel on-site and an eye on the coronavirus.
Updating our coronavirus coverage: With Bologna Children’s Book Fair postponed in virus-struck Italy, London Book Fair commits to going ahead.
As the IPG’s representative to Digital Book World 2016, Tom Bonnick says he’s looking at the role of independent publishers in today’s industry.