Our July rights roundup has deal news from Taiwan, Czech Republic, South Africa, Finland, the United States, Germany, and Sweden.
Brookings author Richard Reeves is working on a career change, a project at Quarto, and new opportunities for the book business.
Taking time to honor progress–and point to the need for more–England’s BookTrust reflects on diversity’s place in kids’ reading.
As world publishing heads for Bologna, two leading researchers in children’s reading talk about ‘a golden age of children’s literature.’
The Panorama Project’s study includes US consumer engagement with audiobooks in 2020, plus context around reading and other entertainment.
As much as 30 percent of typical annual reading gains may not be carried into schoolwork in the autumn, says an NWEA report, as the COVID-19 pandemic affects US education.
What will kids be reading in 2018? Scholastic editors issue five predictions about what children’s book trends will be popular and successful next year.
A substantial 18-point lag in male students’ performance compared to female students’ in the new 5-year PIRLS report on reading literacy from UNESCO, IEA.
Fayard CEO Sophie de Closets says the problem is less about women reaching executive roles than about finding ‘men who want to work in publishing.’
As BookExpo’s conference programming looks at the new centricity of consumer data, ReedPOP hits ‘reset’ on mission priorities and approach.
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