Browse archive by date:
  • Kate DiCamillo Launches New Stint as CSLP Spokesperson

    Kate DiCamillo is well suited to her role as 2016 National Summer Reading Champion for the Collaborative Summer Library Program, a title she is reprising from 2015.

  • Q & A with Rachel Renée Russell

    Rachel Renée Russell, who has entertained middle-grade readers with her Dork Diaries series, introduces another kid navigating middle school in 'The Misadventures of Max Crumbly: Locker Hero.'

  • Q & A with Matthew Quick

    This month Matthew Quick will publish 'Every Exquisite Thing,' in which high school senior reads a novel that forces her to question everything about herself.

  • Q & A with John Corey Whaley

    John Corey Whaley will be hitting the road to talk about his new book, 'Highly Illogical Behavior,' with the hope of making it easier for people to talk honestly about mental health.

  • YA Authors Sound Off on Plotting vs. 'Pantsing' and Other Writing Concerns

    Authors John Corey Whaley, Sabaa Tahir, Jennifer Niven, and David Arnold dished about their research techniques, thoughts on social media, and preference for plotting vs. "pantsing."

  • 2016 Children's Choice Book Award Winners

    The 2016 Children’s Choice Book Awards winners have been announced.

  • A Children's Bookstore to Pop Up in the Bronx

    Playwright Calvin Alexander Ramsey is the latest children's book author to add "bookseller" to his many accomplishments.

  • Sarah Mlynowski and Shannon Hale: Authors, Friends, Princesses

    Two authors who know a thing or two about princesses held their first joint appearance during National Princess Week on April 28 at The King's English Bookshop in Salt Lake City.

  • Pat Mora Celebrates 20 Years of Honoring Día

    For two decades, children's book author and literacy advocate Pat Mora has been rallying enthusiasm for and participation in El día de los niños/ El día de los libros'(Children's Day/Book Day), aka Día, an annual celebration of tchildren and books.

  • Classic Children's Books by Helen Borten Return to Print

    The work of children's author-illustrator Helen Borten, whose books were published starting in the 1950s, is returning to print via Flying Eye Books, the children's imprint of Nobrow Press.

  • The Wordless Picture Book: A Panel Discussion at Politics and Prose

    Unseasonable cold and rain in Washington, D.C., did not deter a faithful crowd of children's literature enthusiasts from attending Politics and Prose's fourth annual picture book panel, held on Sunday, May 1.

  • 'Quiet' Riot: Bringing Susan Cain's Bestseller to Young Readers

    Susan Cain's new middle grade nonfiction book, 'Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverts,' was inspired by the reaction from the conference attendees at her TED Talk in 2012.

  • Q & A with Andrea Portes

    Andrea Portes is the author of adult and YA novels, most recently, 'The Fall of Butterflies.'

  • Children’s Editor Dick Jackson Turns Author

    Dick Jackson, the legendary children's book editor, becomes a freshly minted author at age 81.

  • Q & A with Firoozeh Dumas

    Humorist Firouzeh Dumas, author of two bestselling memoirs about growing up as an Iranian immigrant in America, now mines her childhood in her debut middle-grade novel, 'It Ain't So Awful, Falafel.'

  • Children’s Lit Community Launches Auction to Help Refugees in Europe

    “Writing for Charity” is an effort to support Lifting Hands International by auctioning off literary items from the standard to the unusual to get supplies directly to refugee camps in Europe.

  • Q & A with N.D. Wilson

    This week, N.D. Wilson launches a new series, Outlaws of Time, a middle grade time-travel adventure set in the American West.

  • Q & A with Frances Hardinge

    Earlier this year when Frances Hardinge learned that her novel, 'The Lie Tree,' had won the Costa Award for the best children's book published in the U.K. in 2015, she was overjoyed.

  • Judy Blume, Bookseller

    At 78, bestselling author Judy Blume has added a new occupation to her c.v.: that of bookseller.

  • Q & A with Deborah Hopkinson

    Deborah Hopkinson's third novel, 'A Bandit's Tale,' is a picaresque novel narrated by Rocco Zacarro, an Italian boy sold into slavery in 19th-century New York City.

PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Ruth Chan
Debut author-illustrator Ruth Chan talks about her picture book, ‘Where’s the Party?’, about a cat named Georgie whose attempts to throw a party don’t go as planned, as well as her own path to becoming a children’s book artist.
PW Children's Bookshelf Archive
Read past issues of Bookshelf right in your browser. more...
Sign up for our Children's Bookshelf newsletter!
X
Stay ahead with
Tip Sheet!
Free newsletter: the hottest new books, features and more
X
X
Email Address

Password

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 pw@pubservice.com with questions.

Not Registered? Click here.