"Fertile ground for children's content."
Bologna children’s book fair is a unique mix of cultural book show and an international rights business forum for all types of content for children. The fair supports and encourages visitors to develop their work and opportunities to meet with other operators in the publishing market and other sectors. Authors, artists, illustrators, publishers, printing professionals, bookstore representatives, and interactive media meet to exhibit their very latest productions and establish contacts within the sector.
Timings09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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Entry FeesNot available*
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FootfallVisitors: 20,000 - 50,000
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Category & TypeTrade Show
Education & Training
(Listed since Aug 2016)
Past Editions March 26 - 29, 2018
April 03 - 06, 2017
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Bologna Fiere ItalyTop Rated | 45 events listed
Lisa KonkolIndividual Madison, United States
Avner LehaviDesigner at MOCA London, Canada
Kiki Klimtcreating visual communication at Design , Illustration and Art Ljubljana, Slovenia
Lamis KaddahDesigner at Ema, go green Istanbul, Turkey
Eli Makazlieva MAAuthor at Eduka Mak Publishing Skopje, Macedonia
heloisa prietovisitor at writer São Paulo, Brazil
esra demirbilekArtist at freelancer Istanbul, Turkey
4.5/5Based on 22 Ratings
Fabulous books and illustrators. I will report to my School to encourage others to go. The Asian presence very exciting.The visit to Reggio children was very encouraging and welcoming. Thank you to your organisers. Anne in Melbourne.
Overall Very good, Thursday was a little disappointing due to the fact a lot of the exhibitors had packed up before lunchtime and some of the talks were a little difficult to hear without amplification. Well done
Huge variety of stalls which was brilliant. The illustrators competition was disappointing, a complete different feel and style of what was actually being sold and marketed. Out of touch.
Lots of great stalls and innovative ideas and products on show,