Our children’s and YA titles in this Rights Roundup come from South Korea, Spain, France, Estonia, Norway, and the UK.
As book-bannings sweep the United States, two campaigns from the industry demonstrate different styles and tones of response.
Holiday print sales in children’s books helped the US market gain 3 percent in the week ending April 16.
Three significant books on China’s bestselling fiction lists early in the lunar new year are buoyed by film and television.
Even amid the excitement and pleasure in an in-person staging of Bologna Children’s Book Fair, the Ukraine nightmare was never forgotten.
The United Kingdom’s book award duo, Carnegie and Greenaway, have 16 shortlisted titles between them.
Driven by winter-break extracurricular reading lists, China’s charts see familiar classics in fiction, humorous history titles in nonfiction.
The road to Bologna is paved with awards programs, of course, and a French book-and-film project has just been named a winner.
The Barcelona-based literary agent Karolina Jaszecka heads for Bologna with a specialty in Polish literature for young readers. (Sponsored)
The adaptation of Jenny Jägerfeld’s ‘Comedy Queen’–about a 13-year-old who wants to be a stand-up comedian–picks up a Berlinale award.