The Bookseller's Children's Conference was attended by editors, agents, authors and more. See pictures from the event below.
Charlie Bowden, m.d. of Pickled Ink, and Fiz Osborne, director of Plum Literary.
The Bookseller's children's editor Charlotte Eyre with children's books journalist and editorial consultant Imogen Russell-Williams.
Author Louise O'Neill, winner of the inaugural YA Book Prize for Only Ever Yours (Quercus), with her editor Niamh Mulvey.
Nosy Crow's Kate Wilson spoke about the company's partnership with the National Trust.
Imogen Cooper, director of the Golden Egg Academy, and Barry Cunningham, publisher and m.d. of Chicken House Books.
(From left) Tamara MacFarlane of Tales on Moon Lane, Waterstones Piccadilly's lead children's bookseller Laura Bethany Main Ellen, The Bookseller's head of publisher relations Emma Lowe, Walker Books' sales and marketing director Ed Ripley, and the director of Bright Group International Vicki Willden-Lebrect discuss how publishers and retailers can work closer together.
Literary scout Helen Boyle and freelance children's book consultant, Jane Churchill.
Emma Draude, director of ED Public Relations, Tom Fickling, editor in chief of the Phoenix Comic, and Carolyn McGlone, PR manager at David Fickling Books.
Eve Warlow, head of publicity and marketing at Andersen Press, with Helen McAleer, chief global development officer of the Walker Group and m.d. of Walker Productions.
Writer and children's bookseller Sarah Webb with Hannah Love, children's publicist at Faber & Faber.
Alesha Bonser, capaign co-ordinator for Oxford University Press, Keo Baxendine, press officer at Oxford University Press and Michael Carr.