Toronto’s Owlkids Books has been shortlisted for this year’s Bologna Prize for the Best Children’s Publishers of the Year.
Toronto’s Annick Press has been shortlisted for this year’s Bologna Prize for the Best Children’s Publishers of the Year.
In many children’s books, bullying encapsulates a central dilemma of growing up: how to find your voice when others (often bigger, older, or more powerful) seem determined to keep you silent. The quirky kid dodging daily harassment from schoolyard antagonists has become almost a cliché of middle-grade and YA fiction, while books for younger children aim to address bullying before it moves out of grown-ups’ sight and onto social media.
Nova Scotia’s Pottersfield Press is hoping to discover new voices with its inaugural Pottersfield Prize for Creative Non-fiction.
Q+A with Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter about how life with Esther the social media star makes for excellent fodder for a children’s book series.
The Book Publishers Association of Alberta has submitted a letter to the provincial Minister of Education, David Eggen, asking that the government withdraw from a recent lawsuit filed against Access Copyright.
There is some good news for publishers in the B.C. government’s 2018 budget, announced yesterday by finance minister Carol James.