The latest in our occasional series of profiles, Publishing People We Appreciate, looks at Jennifer Brown, critic, editor, and children’s book crusader.
At Digital Book World, a session on digital children’s publishing tried to answer the questions: How many of the old rules still apply? What are the new rules?
A forthcoming series of four new books by bestseller Lemony Snicket, ‘All The Wrong Questions,’ was ingeniously leaked to the press last week.
Experience suggests that even at an early age children are forming a cultural identity that, while malleable, also prejudices the familiar over the foreign.
‘There are so many ways to tell a story. I’m trying to make room for them all,’ says New York Times Book Review children’s book editor Pamela Paul.
Saddleback Publishing will publish for young adult readers with poor reading skills
Sigueleyendo.es launched a new e-book series featuring well-known Spanish and Latin American re-imagining classic fairy tales and children’s stories
Author Sara Zarr’s fourth YA novel, How To Save a Life, is a realistic look at death and pregnancy. It has been called her finest work to date.
By Dennis Abrams The busy worker elves at F+W Media and its Adams Media line are undoubtedly breathing a heavy sigh of relief (and counting their more than $167,000 in anticipated profits). CCA and B, the publisher of the best-selling title, Elf on the Shelf, had filed suit in June against the media company asking for a temporary restraining order …
Can the satisfaction of flipping pages together be replicated digitally?