Tagged: children's

Writing for TV and children's books – what's the difference?

Cas Lester, author of the Nixie the Bad, Bad Fairy series (Oxford University Press) and former head of drama development at CBBC, talks about the... Read more

Nosy Crow brings export in-house

Nosy Crow has created an in-house export sales department with Kate Fragkopoulou joining as export sales manager. Read more

Oscar's First Book Prize opens for entries

The Evening Standard has launched the Oscar’s First Book Prize 2016 and is inviting UK publishers to submit entries. Read more

Nielsen Children’s Book Summit explores demographic change

Takeaways from this year’s Nielsen Children’s Summit, held in New York yesterday (Wednesday 16th September), were change in America’s multicultural demographics; continued optimism about children’s... Read more

Carnegie winner Landman condemns library closures

Tanya Landman, who this morning picked up the CILIP Carnegie medal for Buffalo Soldier (Walker Books), used her acceptance speech to speak out against... Read more

Walker acquires YA novel from Curham

Walker Books has acquired a new YA novel by Siobhan Curham, author and editorial consultant for Zoella’s Girl Online. Senior commissioning editor Mara Bergmanbought the world... Read more

Foley debut picked for new commuter book club

The Book of Lost and Found by Lucy Foley (HarperCollins, £7.99) is the first title chosen for a new commuter bookclub, which Govia Thameslink Railway... Read more

Cover Story: The Lion Inside

The Lion Inside is my first collaboration with the hugely talented Rachel Bright, publishing with Orchard books this September. It’s the story about a tiny brown... Read more

5% uplift for US publisher revenues

US publishers have reported a sales revenues rise of nearly 5% across 2014, mainly fuelled by the success of children's and young adult. Figures released... Read more

Scots back kids’ book centre at Moat Brae

The Scottish book industry has spoken out in support of the creation of a new centre for children’s literature in Dumfries, due to open in... Read more

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