Kristi Yamaguchi’s kids books are inspired by her experiences as a young competitor finding her way in unfamiliar parts of the world.
PP’s first conference in New York City on children’s book publishing was a success because of our attendees and speakers. Thank you for coming!
Publishing Perspectives’ inaugural children’s book conference offered up some fascinating answers to the question of what makes for a truly great kid’s book.
The theme of Publishing Perspectives’ inaugural children’s book conference is ‘What Makes a Children’s Book Great.’ Follow the event on Twitter at #PPKids.
An English teacher can teach you grammar, but they can also put your books in students’ hands, serve as your Pied Piper and help you sell many more books.
Nickelodeon Global Publishing SVP Paula K. Allen discusses the most important financial considerations children’s publishers face in a digital age.
Peggy Intrator of Intrator Associates will monitor a panel on the role of agents at Publishing Perspectives’ Children’s Publishing Conference on Thursday.
Authors Abroad and Caboodle Books help authors plan school visits around the globe, sell more books, and make a better profit while they’re at it.
Canadian YA author Deborah Ellis writes books about young people who bravely confront dangerous situations and donates her royalties to help them.
Rosemary Stimola, literary agent for both the Hunger Games and the 2011 YA National Book Award winner, discusses the fast evolving children’s publishing business.