The 2024 Yoto Carnegies competition in younger readers books rolls out longlists in writing and illustration. Winners expected on June 20.
As Banned Books Week opens, Penguin Random House is taking some of its most heavily attacked books on the road.
Our Rights Roundup of children’s titles has work originating in Turkey, France, Finland, Germany, Singapore, Spain, and the Czech Republic.
The surge in book bannings has affected at least 1,207 authors, 268 illustrators, and 14 translators, per PEN America’s new report.
This awards program, started in 1923, generates a gallery of design standouts published and ‘used in the marketplace’ in 2022.
The writer and war-crimes researcher Victoria Amelina has died of wounds sustained in the June 27 Russian attack in Kramatorsk.
The original ‘Llyfr Glas Nebo’ by writer-translator Manon Steffan Ros wins the Yoto Carnegie in translation as ‘The Blue Book of Nebo.’
From the Yoto Carnegies, the Shadowers’ Choice Medals will again engage selected school programs, with sponsorship from Scholastic.
The British Book Awards contenders for Book Trade and Book of the Year are announced, with the shortlists consisting of 29 categories.
Almost 80 years after the first of Tove Jansson’s Moomins appeared, the US market finds the durable characters at Barnes & Noble.