Even amid the excitement and pleasure in an in-person staging of Bologna Children’s Book Fair, the Ukraine nightmare was never forgotten.
The Irish author of ‘Nora Webster’ and ‘The Master,’ Colm Tóibín, wins the 2022 Rathbones Folio Prize.
The Parliamentary Awards, the only book award known to be voted on by parliamentarians, has its newest trio of winning titles in the UK.
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 United Kingdom’s Exact Editions opens a new ‘Ukraine Digital Book Collection’ to the public, free to read to April 15, hashtagged #PublishersForUkraine.
Frequently given shortlist and longlist attention, Cal Flyn’s socio-ecological study ‘Islands of Abandonment’ wins Young Writer of the Year.
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.
With 14 jurors having worked their way through 2,215 submissions from 61 countries, the 2022 Bologna Ragazzi Award winners are announced.
The American Library Association’s 47 honors in the 2022 Youth Media Awards include the Newbery, Caldecott, Batchelder, and Printz prizes.