By offering writers ready made art as inspiration, Storybird has attracted 2 million users and is turning traditional children’s and YA publishing workflow on its head.
Photographer Paul Nathan’s two new books document two of New York’s most visually fascinating, yet opposing, subcultures: high-fashion dogs and tattooed Williamsburgers.
Successful children’s book author and illustrator John Rocco shares his views on the industry, and on how books can help kids and parents connect.
The 2012 winners of the BolognaRagazzi Awards given to the best designed books for children were announced, celebrating and acknowledging global creativity.
The the first annual Bologna Ragazzi Digital Award was given to Dans Mon Reve (In My Dreams) by e-Toiles Editions. Tell us: who is going to win next year?
Do we need another alphabet book? When it’s as beautiful, witty and imaginative as this one, yes we do.
Named after a beloved but deceased pet, Barcelona’s Blackie Books is a surprisingly successful independent publisher of cult fiction, poetry, and illustration.
Dynamism and creativity have helped Helium Editions, Editions Sarbacane, l’école des loisirs, and MeMo forge distinct identities in a field dominated by conglomerates.
Top quality apps are expensive and direct-to-ebook conversions lack punch, so what’s a picture book publisher who wants to go digital to do?
Olivia Snaije looks at what makes French children’s publishing unique, particularly the illustration and attention to detail.