The Seven Sisters series by Lucinda Riley hit several European bestseller lists in January and remained popular in February, especially in the Netherlands, where five books were among the top 20 bestsellers on the country’s combined list at the end of February, including 'The Seven Sisters,' the first title in the series, which was #1.
The vast majority of Turkish writers remain largely unknown in the U.S.—something the country's publishing market is aiming to change with a new fellowship.
Creating books for little people who have just started crawling and saying their first words or for older ones who are too preoccupied with schoolwork to read is hardly child’s play.
While the pop-science segment remains as popular (pun intended) as ever in China, there has been a noticeable increase in the publication of titles related to plants.
For Thinkingdom Children’s Books, the main goal in creating its first series of original children’s picture books goes beyond “helping every kid to become a book lover,” which has been the company’s motto since 2003.
The multimedia company Kids Media, known for its partnerships with some of the world’s biggest brands—think Disney, DreamWorks, and Lego—is on an experimental streak.
Bai Bing, the editor-in-chief of Jieli Publishing House, is also an author.
Jieli’s publishing program, particularly that of its original titles, embraces realism.
A great deal of investment, not to mention a wide network of contacts and plenty of chutzpah, was required to launch 'Within Pictures and Beyond Texts,' a quarterly publication that is the first of its kind in China.
For Li Xin, vice president and general editor of the children’s book division at Thinkingdom Children’s Books, Leo Lionni’s 'Swimmy' is that book.