The children’s publisher Kids Can Press has partnered with Nelvana to develop content from Black writers, submissions opening now.
CEO Kristin Cochrane retains Anne Collins while moving Martha Kanya-Forstner to lead Knopf Canada and bringing in Sue Kuruvilla for RH Canada.
Adrienne Tang, longtime rights director with Kids Can Press, moves to Penguin Random House Canada to create ‘an entirely new in-house rights operation,’ says CEO Kristin Cochrane.
Taking a look at 19 internationally prominent women politicians, the YA title ‘In Good Hands’ by Stephanie MacKendrick is to be made into a TV series.
Even while working from home, the Kids Can Press children’s book team in Toronto will see a premiere today of a new film based on its CitizenKid series.
In close proximity to each other on the calendar, Canada’s Family Literacy Day and Scholastic’s World Read Aloud Day address reading at home.
With what one of the show’s artists calls “a perpetual golden hour” palette, Arna Selznick and her Nelvana team bring Ashley Spires’ children’s book to animated life.
Toronto-based Kids Can Press reports strong international interest at Frankfurter Buchmesse for the publisher’s issue-driven list of upcoming titles.
Kids Can Press will see two of its book properties transformed into tv shows next fall: Ashley Spires’ graphic novels and picture books by Geneviève Côté.
HarperCollins Children’s Books’ executive editor Sara Sargent says she’s ‘combining a non-traditional way of sourcing books with traditional storytelling’ with Wattpad.
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