Coming up in week 4 of #WorldKidLitMonth!

It’s been a phenomenally busy #WorldKidLitMonth, but there’s still plenty more to come in the next 10 days.

This week, Alexandra Büchler interviews Clare Azzopardi about Maltese literature for young people, Johanna McCalmont tells us about Dutch YA Book Week, Mohini Gupta explores South Asian kid lit initiatives, and Lawrence Schimel interviews the translator of two queer Brazilian YA novels. We have reviews of books in translation from Yiddish and Japanese, and a spotlight on publishers of translated children’s books Green Bean Books and Little Gestalten.

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Our second exciting panel discussion takes place on 30 September at 4pm BST. Let us know you’re coming on our Facebook page.

In case you missed it

You can catch up on last week’s posts here on World Kid Lit blog:

There’s been a real buzz around #WorldKidLitMonth this year with growing media interest. In particular we’d recommend these articles and interviews:

You can still watch our first World Kid Lit LIVE! panel event over on our Facebook page:

We’d love to hear what you’re reading this September. Join in the discussions on social media, share a #shelfie of the international children’s books on your bookshelves, and if you have time share a book review as part of the #WorldKidLit Month Challenge!


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