The Bookseller's editor Philip Jones shares what attendees can expect from the Children's Conference 2019.
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 perils and opportunities of digital, recent pushes for greater diversity in publishing and the “devaluation” of books were all discussed at The Bookseller's Children’s Conference on... Read more
Hachette Children’s Group’s c.e.o Hilary Murray Hill has called on publishers to “act as agents of social change more than ever before”.... Read more
Amazon is children's favourite online retailer, statistics from kids marketing platform SuperAwesome have revealed, with 54% of girls and 47% of boys, aged between 7... Read more
Old fashioned publishing skills are still "as relevant and vital as ever" in the children's market, even though children are increasingly discovering books through digital... Read more
The Bookseller is launching a children’s marketing competition for delegates of this year’s children’s conference, which will take place at the Barbican in London on... Read more