Orca Book Publishers has seen much success with its fundraising efforts to aid refugee resettlement agencies.
New deals for Mariko Tamaki and Kristine Scarrow.
Tundra Books has unveiled a new logo, which will begin appearing on books publishing in fall 2017.
Annick’s Press plans to maintain a local presence in Vancouver following the closure of its office there.
Irish-Canadian author, playwright, and screenwriter Emma Donoghue wades into new literary territory this March with the release of her first… Read More »
Q&Q’s Books for Young People editor shares her favourite children’s titles of 2016.
When Katherine Ashenburg pitched a middle-grade adaptation of The Dirt on Clean: An Unsanitized History (Vintage Canada), her popular 2007… Read More »
Penguin Random House Canada Young Readers has announced the launch of Penguin Teen‚ a new imprint that will encompass YA… Read More »
I had only written two drafts of what would become Mittens to Share, my latest children’s book, when I decided… Read More »
Leading up to the 150th anniversary of the founding of our home and native land, publishers are releasing a handful… Read More »
Lifelong passion for fiction often blossoms in the tween years, creating soft-focus memories of reading by flashlight under the covers… Read More »
For most of us, social media is nothing more than a way of avoiding the more important things we should… Read More »
Most writers, contemplating the end of a hugely popular fantasy series that has represented nearly a decade’s worth of work,… Read More »
When The Story of Canada, Janet Lunn and Christopher Moore’s history book for children, was published in 1992, it was… Read More »
New York City Children’s Theater has acquired non-exclusive rights to produce a stage adaptation of This is Sadie (Tundra Books),… Read More »
Canadian kidlit presses, publishers, and literary agents were well represented at this year’s international Bologna Children’s Book Fair, held in… Read More »
Canadian high school students have a new way to engage with non-fiction texts thanks to the Canadian Cloud Library, a… Read More »
Toronto publisher Kids Can Press has inaugurated a new imprint specializing in YA and crossover titles, specifically those with commercial… Read More »
Scholastic, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has acquired world all-language rights to children’s titles based on the pre-existing… Read More »
Thirty-seven Canadian publishers – 16 English-language and 21 French – along with Livres Canada Books and two Canada-based literary agencies,… Read More »
Luge might not be the first sport that comes to mind for an athletic-themed picture book, but with its spunky… Read More »
Following the success of her 2011 novel, The Tiffin, Toronto author Mahtab Narsimhan will release Mission Mumbai with Scholastic Canada… Read More »
Some people harbour lifelong dreams of creating picture books. For Kellen Hatanaka, the chance to embark on a career in… Read More »
What began as a means of personal artistic expression has turned into a second career for cut-paper collage artist Thao… Read More »
Virginia Davis, a great champion of Canadian children’s literature, died at age 83 on Feb. 20. Over the course of… Read More »