On UNICEF’s World Children’s Day, the IPA reminds international publishers that their children’s books can be part of the SDG Book Club.
Having sold the Chinese rights to every children’s title the Czech house took to Beijing, Albatros has nothing left to sell this weekend at Shanghai’s fair.
Our Rights Roundup today brings you eight titles written by seven women and one man from seven countries, each book with a clear goal.
With 162 nominations, the library-based CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway programs are operating on diversity guidance from a survey of past selections.
Tom Fickling finds himself the publisher of one of the UK’s most successul authors and a partner of the world’s largest trade book publisher.
Publishers in many countries are finding success with nonfiction children’s books that offer illustrated explanations of complex concepts.
Devoted to showing African children, ‘Your story is just as important,’ Deborah Ahenkorah this month receives one of Canada’s proudest international honors.
One of Yang Hongying’s most successful series now is 12 years old and has sold more than 70 million copies. Her total unit sales exceed 160 million units.
Jonas Eika and Kristin Roskifte have been awarded the Nordic Council’s book prizes for this year. Separately, Greta Thunberg declined the environment prize.
The Swedish publisher Olika’s series of books about Sweden’s top women’s football stars got a kick in visibility this summer with the World Cup in France.