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    Path to Publication: 'The Thousandth Floor'

    Like many aspiring novelists, Katharine McGee "dreamed of becoming a writer," but graduated from college with a degree in English (and French), unsure of whether she was ready to undertake the Great American Novel.

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    Q & A with Dav Pilkey

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    Adam Rex and Christian Robinson Head Back to 'School'

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    Four Questions with... Rachel Hecht

    Hecht recently left her position as executive director of children's and YA scouting at Mary Anne Thompson Associates to launch her own company, Rachel Hecht Children's Scouting.

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    In Brief: August 25, 2016

    This week, Chris Robertson and Heidi Schultz stick their necks out; Barry Lyga regales summer campers; Kate Milford celebrates her book release in a familiar setting; and Melissa Landers, Lorie Langdon, and Carey Corp bond on their joint book tour.

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    Hot Off the Presses: Week of August 29, 2016

    Among the many new releases hitting shelves next week are a novel about two teenagers, one a witch, who were switched at birth; a picture book that follows a cat through the eyes of many different animals; and a YA novel that imagines a dystopian future where all of Manhattan lives in one high-rise building.

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    Rights Report: Week of August 25, 2016

    New deals for Sarah Dessen, Will Kostakis, Lisa Ann Scott, and Janice Erlbaum.

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    Obituary: Morton Schindel

    Morton Schindel, founder of the Weston Woods Studios, a company lauded for its quality audiovisual adaptations of award-winning children’s books, died on August 20. He was 98.

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Spouses and artistic collaborators Matthew Swanson and Robbi Behr talk about their new picture book, ‘Babies Ruin Everything,’ and how their years of experience self-publishing their own titles led to this and other book deals.
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