The special honour recognizes a publisher who has promoted LGBTQ literature.
The story, which is aimed at seven- to nine-year-old children, is a fairy tale set in an imaginary land – and is totally unrelated to Rowling’s other works.
Denise Anderson, Scholastic Canada’s director of marketing and publicity, shares behind-the-scenes details about the campaign for the blockbuster The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, which launched officially May 19.
OLA has partnered with CBC Books for a 40-minute online award ceremony, which will take the place of the three-day, multiple city event.
Kevin Sylvester emcees the festival’s launch video and introduces the authors and illustrators taking part in this year’s online event.
First-time winners include novelist Michael Christie and YA author Tom Ryan.
It’s rare for the head of a foreign-owned company to be so invested in its Canadian operations.
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