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We are living in a worldwide period of school and library closures, social distancing, and the search for activities to keep kids engaged and as active as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. AND we’re celebrating Children’s Book Day this year by featuring how and where our partner publishers are sharing ways you can access their books, audiobooks, and related activities to help everyone stay engaged. Children’s Book Day, sponsored by the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) is celebrated internationally on Hans Christian Andersen’s birthday, April 2. This year, we know, it will be a good idea to … Continue reading
From the moment conference cancellations trickled and then poured in across the past month, we at Publisher Spotlight have been working on alternative ways to reach librarians, teachers, and families with news and guidance from the world of kids publishing. This is a brief update to let you know we are thinking of all of you, our publishers, the authors, illustrators, narrators, and editorial staffs around the world who are part of the world we share. In the next few weeks, we’ll announce some activities and online events to help everyone in their homes find new books and meet creatives … Continue reading
Worldwide we are having a tough season: cancelled events range from children’s regular school days to international publishing conventions. We want to share some good news that has arrived in the midst of general upset. Congratulations are in order for Karadi Tales! The London Book Fair was cancelled this month; however, prizes have been awarded and Karadi Tales has been named the Audiobook Publisher of the Year among the London Book Fair’s Excellence Awards! And, yes, samples are available: visit Karadi Tales’ YouTube channel, where you can hear such delightful performances as Lavanya R.N.’s The Bookworm, read by R. Madhavan … Continue reading