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    Two new exhibition halls and additional programming bring excitement to this year’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair, which runs from April 1–4 in Bologna, Italy.

  • Trends to Watch for at Bologna 2019

    We spoke with a dozen Bologna-bound literary agents and scouts about current trends they’ve been noticing in children’s and YA books, and what they’re expecting at this year’s fair.

  • Brussels Book Fair Plays Matchmaker

    The Fiore du Livre du Bruxelles celebrated its 50th anniversary this month with a new international program aimed at raising the event’s profile—and connecting publishing people.

  • Taipei 2019: The Fair Opens Amid a Stable Market and an Expanding Kids' Segment

    The six-day Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE) kicked off on February 12 with participation from 735 publishing houses and a roster of more than 1,000 events to promote reading and book-related activities.

  • Thai Children’s Rights Fair Throws the Spotlight on a Fast-Developing Market

    The four-day International Children’s Content Rights Fair—which took place in Thailand, and ended its run on December 2—is focused on children’s content from ASEAN publishers and facilitating rights trading within the region and with overseas exhibitors.

  • An International Stage with Mexican Flavors

    The Guadalajara book fair becomes more multilingual with each passing year.

  • The 2018 Shanghai Children's Book Fair in Photos

    The sixth edition of the China Shanghai International Children's Book Fair, which concluded its run on November 11, hosted 367 exhibitors (of which 160 came from overseas), 33,796 visitors, and 237 events.

  • Perspectives from Two Digital Players at the Shanghai Children's Book Fair

    The presence of EdTech companies, especially those merging technology with English-language learning, was noticeable at the recently concluded China Shanghai International Children's Book Fair, held November 9–11.

  • Shanghai Children’s Book Fair Looks to Capitalize on Growing Market

    With sales of children's books in China up 14% in the first nine months of 2018, attendees at this year's fair see more opportunities for deal-making.

  • Guadalajara 2018: All Our Coverage

    This year, the world’s largest Spanish-language book fair will feature a focus on Portugal, with a special homage to José Saramago from Plácido Domingo, forty Portuguese authors in attendance, and artists and entertainers holding events throughout Guadalajara.

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