The Bookseller's editor Philip Jones shares what attendees can expect from the Children's Conference 2019.
Cressida Cowell, the Waterstones Children’s Laureate, says she tries to make her books “look like sweets” with “glinting covers” in order to make reading feel... Read more
Publishers “should stop thinking about BAME talent as fulfilling a school requirement” and “should emphasise the joyful and literary qualities" of diverse books, Arthur Levine, founder... Read more
Partnering with charities and booksellers helped fuel a positive movement to reach children with the least access to books, says the publisher behind Marcus Rashford’s bestseller You Are... Read more
Young Adult books saw a huge 43% rise in post-lockdown sales by value as the children's sector as a whole swelled to 33% of the... Read more
Author Cressida Cowell has argued that the industry will become "dead in the water" without more support for children's reading, as she reiterated her campaign to... Read more
The children's publishing world has just one day left to book tickets to this year's Bookseller Children's Conference.
The woman at the helm of one of the UK’s largest children’s specialists discusses the challenges and opportunities in the modern-day global publishing market. ... Read more
Some of The Bookseller Children's Conference speakers talk about the advantages and disadvantages of working outside of London, and what the London-based industry can learn by looking further... Read more
The children’s book market has shown steady growth of 0.7% in the first part of 2018 but some of the biggest increases were from non-fiction... Read more