Sarah Odedina of the UK’s Hot Key Books surveys the children’s publishing and bookselling scene in Singapore and finds a robust, burgeoning marketplace.
AOL news platform Patch teamed up with James Patterson’s ReadKiddoRead Program to encourage kids to read this summer; 500,000 users already visited the site.
Nosy Crow is releasing its story books as updated enhanced apps with word tracking technology to assist children in learning to read. But will it work?
Superstar Japanese author Edogawa Rampo classic crime novels for youths are being translated into English more than 70 years after their initial publication.
At BookExpo America 2012, five editors recommended their favorite middle-grade reads for the fall.
‘As subsequent stories creep out from the epicenter, the work becomes more diluted,’ said one novelist at BEA’s YA Buzz panel, where hot titles were showcased.
BEA is a showcase for the best new books from the United States. What was the hottest YA or children’s title you discovered at BookExpo America this year?
At BookExpo America, leaders in Russian children’s publishing discussed some of the problems that plague children’s and YA publishing sector.
Roger Sutton has been editing the influential children’s book review, The Horn Book, since 1996. He is especially worried about the longevity of libraries.
At BookExpo America, educational publisher Capstone and humor/nonfiction publisher Andrews McMeel both announced new imprints aimed at children.