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  • Debut Author's Artful Resolution Yields Six-Figure Deal

    In 2013, Kayla Cagan's New Year's resolution was to create one page a day in the journal of a high school artist for a year. At the end of the year, she hoped to have a complete draft of a diary-style novel.

  • Q & A with Jennifer Donnelly

    Jennifer Donnelly returns to "one of [her] favorite periods of history" with her latest YA novel, 'These Shallow Graves.'

  • Tomie dePaola Is ‘Grateful' for a Storied Career

    Caldecott- and Newbery-Honor winning author Tomie dePaola shows no signs of slowing down at age 81, with several new books due from three publishers.

  • Philip and Erin Stead Interview Each Other

    The husband-and-wife team behind the Caldecott winner 'A Sick Day for Amos McGee' discuss their new collaboration, how they settle disputes, and how they get along despite spending an average of 23.5 hours a day together.'

  • Ingrid Law's 'Switch' Book Tour: A Photo Essay

    To celebrate her new book, 'Switch,' Ingrid Law criss-crossed the country on a book tour that spanned Colorado to Georgia.

  • Q & A with Leigh Bardugo

    Brookline Booksmith bookseller Amy Brabenec met up with author Leigh Bardugo at last Saturday's Boston Teen Author Festival, which coincided with the release of the author's latest novel, 'Six of Crows.'

  • Rick Riordan: Storyteller of the Gods

    Rick Riordan, author of the bestselling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, sets his sights on Valhalla as he launches a new series, Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, based on Norse mythology.

  • 'How Did I Get to Sesame Street?' Sonia Manzano Speaks to the CBC

    Presenting to a full house of CBC members and industry professionals, Sonia Manzano spoke about her pioneering role on the 'Sesame Street,', the future of children's television, and about her new memoir.

  • Q & A with Kate Hosford

    Kate Hosford's newest picture book, 'Feeding the Flying Fanellis,' is a collection of poems narrated by a circus chef.

  • Jane Goodall Celebrates World Peace Day in New York City

    On Monday, primatologist and human and animal rights activist Jane Goodall met with a small circle of book industry professionals and other friends and associates to celebrate the publication of her latest book, and World Peace Day.

  • A Celebration of Seuss

    At Random House headquarters on September 10, the team behind the publication of the 'What Pet Should I Get?' spoke first-hand about the process, while also sharing anecdotes and little-known facts about Geisel's life and career.

  • Four Questions for...Rubin Pingk

    Pingk's "uneventful environment" growing up has certainly helped the creator's madcap imagination, on full display in 'Samurai Santa,' in which a young ninja and his crew engage a familiar-looking samurai in a snowball fight.

  • A Slightly Peculiar Tour for Ransom Riggs

    Ransom Riggs is tapping friends and family members to join him on his forthcoming "Library of Souls #StayPeculiar" tour, to promote the third volume of his Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children series.

  • Q & A with Erin Bow

    In 'The Scorpion Rules,' Erin Bow envisions a world four centuries from now, in which civilization has fractured into many smaller territories, where peace is maintained by Talis, a ruthless AI.

  • Four Questions for...Judd Winick

    Known as a cast member on 'The Real World' in 1994, Judd Winick has also had a storied career in comics and television. Releasing on September 1 is the inaugural volume in a new children's graphic novel series, Hilo.

  • Four Questions for...April Genevieve Tucholke

    The YA author has curated a selection of horror stories entitled Slasher Girls and Monster Boys, which is being released this week.

  • Q & A with Erin Bowman

    Erin Bowman had always dreamed of writing her own western novel, but it wasn't until her husband regaled her with the legend of the Lost Dutchman mine in the aptly named Superstition Mountains that she found the spark for 'Vengeance Road.'

  • Obituary: Ann McGovern

    Prolific children’s author, collage artist, and world traveler Ann McGovern died on Saturday, August 8, at her home in New York City. She was 85.

  • Q & A with Ursula Vernon

    Ursula Vernon has a new series debuting this month, Hamster Princess, starting with 'Harriet the Invincible,' and her first standalone novel, 'Castle Hangnail.'

  • Q & A with Alison McGhee

    Alison McGhee's most recent book, 'Firefly Hollow,' is a middle-grade novel about a lonely boy and a vole, cricket, and firefly, kindred restless spirits who first find each other – and then try to find where they belong.

PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Mo O'Hara
Author Mo O’Hara talks about ‘Any Fin is Possible,' the fourth book in her Big Fat Zombie Goldfish series, and a picture book spinoff, 'The Fintastic Fishsitter,’ both out this spring.
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