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
Nosy Crow has bought world rights to two middle grade novels by YA author Carlie Sorosiak and has already sold US rights to Walker Books... Read more
Nosy Crow has acquired two standalone middle-grade novels from London teacher Cath Howe.
Nosy Crow is to publish two new series of books by Usborne editor Louie Stowell.
Publishers will continue to look for diverse and political children’s books in 2017, and humorous books and Middle Grade fiction will make up a large... Read more
The children’s book industry will continue to see demand for beautiful print books and diverse stories in 2016, and the market for Young Adult titles... Read more
Authors, agents and publishers have praised the increase in the number of books with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) and mental health themes in... Read more
Nosy Crow has put out a call for submissions from BAME authors, saying the children’s publishing industry needs to address the issue of complacency when... Read more
The first ever FutureBook Conference commère Sandeep Mahal quizzes 10 panel chairs.
Nosy Crow is looking to boost its fiction output to 36 titles a year, with business development manager Tom Bonnick taking on some of the... Read more