Chief executive at Centre for Literacy in Primary Education
The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education's chief executive explains why it is launching the UK's first survey of ethnic representation in children’s literature.... Read more
Watch Axel Scheffler tackle Brexit in his acceptance speech for The British Book Awards' inaugural Illustrator of the Year Award.
C.e.o at BookTrust
BookTrust's c.e.o Diana Gerald explains the challenges of finding books that appeal to children of every background.
Children's director at Hay Festival
Julia Eccleshare, chair of the Branford Boase Award judging panel, shares what this year's submissions can tell us about current trends in children's fiction publishing.... Read more
Author at OUP Children's
Award winning children’s author Ali Sparkes reflects on ten years of World Book Day.
Founder at Shapes
Shapes' Jenny Baldwin shares her advice on how publishers can work more effectively with schools.
Frederick Warne curator of children’s literature at V&A Museum
The V&A's Emma Laws examines A A Milne's creative partnership with illustrator E H Shepard as the V&A's "Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic" exhibition opens.... Read more
Author at Chicken House
Author Anna Day shares her experience of writing a book based on someone else's idea.
Web editor at The Bookseller
Acting children's editor and Harry Potter fan Caroline Carpenter gives her verdict on the British Library's new Harry Potter exhibition.
Children's previewer at The Bookseller
Fiona Noble says celebrity and branded books can play a positive role in World Book Day, but publishing needs to invest in career authors.... Read more
Director at World Book Day
World Book Day director Kirsten Grant says it is imperative the organisation represents its audience in its books and activity.
Intern at YA Shot
Charlotte Wilson asks what publishers are doing to reach non-YA readers, and suggests how to attract new readers.
Alice Caldecott says comic books should be taught in schools.
Stephanie Williamson says the industry needs to publish more books featuring religious characters if it wants to be truly diverse.
Author at Self-employed
Author Non Pratt explains how researching her latest novel inspired her to raise money for charity.
Issue No 5784
Friday, June 15 2018
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