FNN do a books review programme once a week but it is put on in the graveyard slot. Roherum doesn’t host it but one of the minor elf nobles does. Nobody but nobody wants Roherum giving judgement on books. It is felt nobody watching would ever be able to keep a straight face on seeing the avuncular goblin punch above his weight. It is widely rumoured he only reads things with pictures in it. Roherum was affronted by this until the Queen intervened and said she felt he shouldn’t “do” books either as she felt “do” would be the most appropriate word and that the goblin should stick to what he does best - being charming and reading the news. Roherum is still trying to work out whether she was being insulting or complimentary.
Bookbinding and printing is carried out by the elvish families, who see this as their responsibility. They after all also contribute to literature with their sagas. (So do the dwarves but the elves won’t acknowledge that. Mind to be fair that is also true the other way round). All books are produced in leather and all titles are embossed with gold, silver or bronze lettering. Anything else is considered to look cheap. The Queen is given a first edition of every book produced (whether she wants it or not but then she’s the equivalent of the British Library for the Fairy Kingdom). Naturally the less pleasant aspects of leather production (tanning, mainly) are done by magic rather than the nasty way humans do it (though a lot of the elves do acknowledge the manual way of production does have its own merits and is superior to the magically produced kind). Elves generally acknowledge manual methods of craftsmanship as superior, which is more than the rest of the Kingdom does.