#WorldKidLitMonth in the Media

The groundroots campaign to celebrate world literature for young people in September, World Kid Lit Month, is growing year by year. Media coverage helps!

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Press coverage of #WorldKidLit and #WorldKidLitMonth

World Kid Lit Month: The Place Of Translation In Children’s Books And Our Top Picks by Michaela O’Callaghan, Joanne Boustead and Aimee Haldron (Publishing Post, 2021)

World Kid Lit: a growing community by Claire Storey and Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp (IBBY blog, 2021)

World Kid Lit by Joanna McCalmont (p. 27, The Akada Children’s Book Festival Magazine, 2021)

World KidLit: Translation Rights and Challenges in Children’s Books by Olivia Snaije (Publishing Perspectives, 2020)

Building Bridges: The Art of Children’s Book Translation by Emma Kantor (Publishers Weekly, 2020)

#WORLDKIDLIT MONTH: Why We Need Translated Lit for Kids! by M. Lynx Qualey (Book Riot, 2020)

World Kid Lit Month: Shining a Light on Children’s Books in Translation by Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp (Words Without Borders, 2020)

World Kid Lit Month Kicks Off with Virtual Celebration by Pamela Brill (Publishers Weekly, 2020)

#WorldKidLit month: Books can be a child’s life coach by Shweta Sharan (The Hindu, 2019)

World Kid Lit Month: Why so few Arabic children’s books have been translated into English by M. Lynx Qualey (The National, 2019)

How (and Why) We’re Celebrating ‘World Kid Lit Month’ in 2019 by M. Lynx Qualey (Book Riot, 2019)