In China, an interesting new fiction bestseller is mixed with nonfiction—and become a point of debate among Chinese readers.
How do online rights events organized by literary agencies, publishers, and others compare to the physical book fair experience? We hear from several rights folks on how it’s going so far.
Titles in our first Rights Roundup of the month come from Spain, Italy, Finland, and the UK, with work for children, and a book on a racer.
Reading aloud is ‘a way of making reading visible,’ says Scholastic’s Pam Allyn, founder of the LitWorld nonprofit.
A mix of classics and newcomers structures the lists from December in China, with the approach of the Lunar New Year.
The latest products in Chronicle Book’s line of Lego-themed content include a Valentine’s Day book, ‘We Just Click.’
Antony Shugaar’s tranlsation of 1962 Italian picture book ‘Telephone Tales’ by Gianni Rodari and Valerio Vidali wins ALA’s 2021 Batchelder Award.
Roffey’s book, based on a Taino legend, is set in 1976 on the Caribbean island of Black Conch. Tessa Sheridan has won the Short Story Award.
An unusual dip for downloaded audiobooks plays into the November 2020 StatShot book sales figures from the Association of American Publishers.
The new African chapter of the Sustainable Development Goals’ SDG Book Club will curate books in Kiswahili, Arabic, French, and English.