EU-funded Transbook project commits to UK post-Brexit

EU-funded Transbook project commits to UK post-Brexit

The director of an EU-wide children’s literature project has said Europe must continue to work with the UK after Brexit.

Sylvie Vassallo, head of Transbook, a European children’s book network, has said she “absolutely” wanted to involve the UK in future projects. “Europe is more than a political entity and we want to work together,” she told The Bookseller. “The UK is part of the European community and it has a strong history of publishing children’s books. Our other European partners have a lot to learn from the UK.”

Transbook, funded by the EU's Creative Europe Programme, said European ...

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