Canadian children’s book publisher Kids Can Press will see two of its book properties transformed into television shows next fall: Ashley Spires’ graphic novels about Binky the Space Cat and a picture-book series by Geneviève Côté. By Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief | @porter_anderson Books-to-Television Adaptations anada’s Kids Can Press has announced today (September 20) two new television productions based on its …
The creator of television’s ‘CSI’ franchise and his wife create a new series of teen-told tales as graphic novels, Simon & Schuster distributing. And Sweden’s still young Thunderful Publishing has a new acquisition in Rising Star Games.
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The US French Embassy’s books division reports that 32 French titles for kids are among a strong showing of translations in the United States in 2016.