This week's hot books include a Dutch novel selling in several territories and a debut Australian novel sold to Small Beer Press.
This week's hot literary properties include a Dutch series of "fill-in" books, an Australian debut novel, and a novelization of a Finnish superhero film.
Redhill was awarded the Scotiabank Giller Prize and its attendant C$100,000 purse for his novel 'Bellevue Square' (Doubleday Canada) on November 20.
Widely acknowledged as the biggest event dedicated to children’s content in Asia, the China Shanghai International Children’s Book Fair (CCBF) has successfully wrapped up its fifth outing, which ran from November 17-19.
Dan Brown’s latest novel, "Origin," was in the top spot on the fiction bestseller list in France at the end of October.
The city of Barcelona may only have 1.6 million residents, but it dictates much of what Spanish speakers around the world read.
The 2018 Bologna Children’s Book Fair will see changes resulting from a €100 million renovation taking place at the exhibition center.
This week publishers are buzzing about a book on cat communication and a title on the Finnish phenomenon known as "pantsdrunk," which celebrates drinking alone in your undergarments.
The Book Fair's rights event is growing, thanks in part to grant support for translation projects spawned at the event being offered by organizers as incentive to strike deals.
The Chilean picture book publisher Editorial Amanuta, which explores off-the-beaten-path topics in Latin American history and the folktales of indigenous people, is broadening its reach.