Agent Cathryn Summerhayes argues that instead of book fairs being events to "survive", they instead provide opportunities for publishing professionals to thrive.
Philip Jones looks ahead to assess how the publishing industry will weather Brexit.
In the year which marks Horrid Henry’s 25th anniversary, Francesca Simon discusses how the series was born.
After stints working in recruitment and as an estate agent, Gemma Cooper wrote an ill-fated ‘terrible Twilight-y’ novel—which circuitously led to her building one of... Read more
Hunan Juvenile and Children’s Publishing House has bought Chinese rights to the first three Night Zookeeper stories by Joshua Davidson, m.d. of kids’ brands and... Read more
The United Nations is this week launching a children’s book club with organisations including the International Publishers Association and the International Board on Books for... Read more
Thames & Hudson has won the New Horizons award at this year’s Bolognaragazzi Awards with its book about the history of pictures for children.... Read more
Exhibition management company AMK Book Services has put emergency procedures in place to ensure publishers can ship all their equipment back to the UK from... Read more
Books by African American authors, the role of women in children’s literature and publishing for toddlers are amongst the themes of this year’s Bologna Children’s... Read more
Ten editors from publishers such as Nosy Crow, Penguin Random House and Little Tiger have won a place on a funded scouting trip to Bologna... Read more