The number of Bologna Children’s Book Fair attendees totalled 27,642 last month, up 3% from 2017, according to the organisers.
A host of authors, illustrators and publishers feature on our pictures round-up of this year's Bologna Children's Book Fair, including Michael Morpurgo, Sarah McIntyre and Kori... Read more
Two Hoots founder Suzanne Carnell looks back on the imprint’s nascent publishing years, and tells Tom Tivnan why readers and booksellers should expect the unexpected.... Read more
Zhang Yuntao, the editor-in-chief of China's Daylight Publishing House, discusses the country's children's book market with Tom Tivnan.
Radio DJs Greg James and Chris Smith talk to Charlotte Eyre about the new book in their middle-grade series, Kid Normal and the Rogue Heroes.... Read more
Earlier this year, The Bookseller issued a call for illustrators to submit their work to our Illustrator Showcase, in association with the Association of Illustrators.... Read more
The pop star turned children’s author tells Charlotte Eyre why he is looking forward to his first Bologna Children’s Book Fair.
Scholastic has bought world rights to a YA novel about the greek gods by Alexandra Sheppard.
Buoyed by the success of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, children’s non-fiction is the “place to be” this Bologna, with publishers eager for new... Read more
Judith Kerr’s next picture book, Mummy Time, will be published by HarperCollins Children’s Books in the UK in September.... Read more