The 12-year-old English powerhouse in independent children’s publishing is opening a US office, distributed by Hachette Book Group.
A dedicated contingent of UK publishers are at the Frankfurt Book Fair, with plenty of meetings in their diaries but also more time to make new connections.
With Axel Scheffler’s illustrations and Hugh Bonneville’s narration, Nosy Crow’s ‘Coronavirus: A Book for Children’ is a free download.
Transformation requires cultural change. An Englishman in New York, Nosy Crow’s Tom Bonnick looks back at the conference, after DBW.
The younger generations’ appreciation for print books and more are noted by IPG Fellow Tom Bonnick of Nosy Crow at Digital Book World.
As the IPG’s representative to Digital Book World 2016, Tom Bonnick says he’s looking at the role of independent publishers in today’s industry.
Nosy Crow has partnered with the British Museum to produce a children’s books that will make art and history more accessible.
Nosy Crow is releasing its story books as updated enhanced apps with word tracking technology to assist children in learning to read. But will it work?
Dutch publisher Gottmer will be publishing a full range of Nosy Crow’s award-winning storybook apps in Dutch.
O’Reilly’s Tools of Change conference at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair focused on apps vs. e-books, legacy publishers vs. start-ups, and adapting to this digital world. By Sophie Rochester The children’s market is a huge opportunity within the digital publishing arena, but for the first time, computer and tech publishing giant O’Reilly Media took it’s “Tools of Change” conference on …