Smart Phone Movie Maker, Canadian writer-director-producer Bryan Michael Stoller’s new book-in-a-box, helps instruct budding young cinematographers on how to create movie magic using only their phones and inexpensive items around the house.
The 54th edition of the Bologna Children’s Book Fair will take place April 3-6, and Canada will be well represented with 35 publishers (19 French-language), two agencies, and non-profit organization Livres Canada Books, among others, exhibiting.
By his own admission, George A. Romero was – for a long time – a failure at art.
B.C.–based children’s press Orca Book Publishers has announced that publisher Andrew Wooldridge has purchased the remaining 50 per cent stake in the company from founder Bob Tyrrell.
Attempting to respond to questions from her own school-aged kids about the war in Syria inspired illustrator Suzanne Del Rizzo to write My Beautiful Birds, a book about a young refugee.
Q&Q asked authors Robin Stevenson and Sarah N. Harvey about collaborating on the YA thriller Blood on the Beach.
The Lillian H. Smith branch of the Toronto Public Library has a long association with children’s literature. Its origins date back to 1922, when the Boys and Girls House Library, the first library in the British Empire aimed exclusively at children, opened. The Boys and Girls House was replaced in 1995 by a new branch, named for Smith, who headed the TPL’s children’s services for 40 years.
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.
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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 »
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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 »
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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 »