Recently Posted:
  • Book News

    The 'Pioneer Girl' Project: The Long Road to Bringing Laura Ingalls Wilder's 1930 Autobiography into Print

    Pamela Smith Hill and publisher South Dakota Historical Society Press are working on a heavily annotated version of Wilder's 1930 autobiography, 'Pioneer Girl,' for publication.

  • Industry News

    Paper Lantern Lit Launches Digital Imprint

    The Studio is a new digital imprint of Paper Lantern Lit, the boutique literary development company cofounded by author Lauren Oliver and editor Lexa Hillyer.

  • Book News

    Random House Issues Recently Discovered Richard Scarry Work

    'Richard Scarry's Best Lowly Worm Book Ever!,' a never-before-published book starring this Tyrolean hat-sporting character, will be released by Random House on August 26.

  • Book News

    Entangled's Lux Series Lights the Way to Big Sales

    Combined sales for Jennifer L. Armentrout's Lux series, inclduing the fifth and final volume, 'Opposition,' have topped 500,000 copies.

  • Book News

    Chaos Walking Trilogy Steps Out with New Covers

    Candlewick has just reissued the Patrick Ness's Chaos Walking trilogy in paperback with new covers and a prequel short story in each, and is promoting the re-launch with a campaign dubbed Noise for Ness.

  • Industry News

    Partnering with Children's Authors at Malaprop's

    Recently, Malaprop's Bookstore/Cafe in Asheville, N.C. has been partnering with children's authors to promote their books with exclusive content and giveaways.

  • Book News

    From Page to Screen: 'The Boxcar Children'

    More than 500 adults and children attended a free screening at the Pickwick Theatre in Park Ridge, Ill. on Saturday, August 16 for a full-length animated feature film, 'The Boxcar Children.'

  • Industry News

    In Brief: August 21

    This week, a book tour features a different kind of batmobile; a debut author and one of his characters go bookstore hopping; and a YA movie adaptation makes its L.A. premiere.

  • Book News

    Rights Report: Week of August 18, 2014

    New deals for Henry H. Neff, Kwame Alexander, and Isabelle Arsenault.

  • Book News

    Speakaboos Adds Content from Scholastic, Jim Henson

    Speakaboos, a mobile educational platform for children that offers subscription access to interactive e-books and songs, is expanding its digital inventory with new content from Scholastic, the Jim Henson Company, and HIT Entertainment.

Tales from the Slush Pile
"Tales from the Slush Pile" is an original comic that follows the trials and tribulations of a children's book writer. Its creator, Ed Briant, has written and illustrated a number of picture books, including Paper Parade, Seven Stories, A Day at the Beach, Don't Look Now, and If You Lived Here You'd Be Home By Now. He is also the author of the YA novels Choppy Socky Blues and I Am (Not) the Walrus.
PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Paolo Bacigalupi
Award-winning author Paolo Bacigalupi talks to PW KidsCast about the corporate misdeeds and misdirection that underpin his YA novel, 'The Doubt Factory,' and about taking detours from the speculative fiction for which hes known.
PW Children's Bookshelf Archive
Read past issues of Bookshelf right in your browser. more...
Sign up for our Children's Bookshelf newsletter!
Stay ahead with
Tip Sheet!
Free newsletter: the hottest new books, features and more
Only $18.95/month for Digital Access
or $20.95 for Print+Digital Access!
Email Address


Log In Lost Password

PW has integrated its print and digital subscriptions, offering exciting new benefits to subscribers, who are now entitled to both the print edition and the digital editions of PW (online or via our app). For instructions on how to set up your accout for digital access, click here. For more information, click here.

The part of the site you are trying to access is now available to subscribers only. Subscribers: to set up your digital subscription with the new system (if you have not done so already), click here. To subscribe, click here.

Email with questions.

Not Registered? Click here.