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  • Green Writers Press Sprouts in Vermont

    Situated on a dirt road next to an apple orchard in West Brattleboro, Vt., Green Writers Pressis powered solely by the sun.

  • 2015 Texas Teen Book Festival in Photos

    On September 26, nearly 4,000 readers of all ages came from all over Texas to the campus of St. Edward's University in Austin to meet 32 YA authors.

  • In Brief: October 1, 2015

    This week, a middle-grade novel inspires a charity drive; young readers line up for "dangerous" nonfiction; an author prepares for his reading in style; an ex-president and author share a moment; two authors go on a Midwest adventure; and an author adds "milliner" to her resume.

  • Honoring Picture Book Champions at the 2015 Carle Awards

    The Eric Carle Honors, held on September 24, marked a milestone – the annual awards ceremony, art auction, and gala event turned 10 this year.

  • Readers to Eaters Spreads the Word on Food Literacy

    In 2009, Philip Lee and June Jo Lee founded Readers to Eaters to promote food literacy "from the ground up", in order to help families gain a better understanding on what and how we eat.

  • WNDB's Debut Walter Award Ceremony Set for Next March

    We Need Diverse Books has announced that on March 18, 2016, the organization will bestow its first Walter Dean Myers Award.

  • This Week in Children's Apps: September 28, 2015

    Hitting digital bookshelves this week: an interactive way to explore space with a cat.

  • Children's Job Moves: September 2015

    New job announcements in children's publishing for September 2015.

  • Make Way for Vikings: New Books Inspired by Norse Myths

    With the release of Rick Riordan’s new series Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, we’ve rounded up a list of recent and forthcoming titles inspired by Nordic lore.

  • Brooklyn Book Festival in Photos

    Readers, authors, and publishers gathered together at Brooklyn Borough Hall in New York City on September 19 and 20 for the 10th annual Brooklyn Book Festival, featuring programs for both children and adults.

  • What's Selling at Inklings Bookshop

    Emily Ring, manager and event coordinator at Inklings Bookshop in Yakima, Wash., shares her enthusiasm for some of her favorite children's books from the fall harvest.

  • In Brief: September 24, 2015

    This week, an author greets his fans before a movie premiere; writers get cozy in Tennessee; booksellers welcome an author with a big "aloha"; middle-grade book characters meet their maker; an author and illustrator channel Beatlemania at their book signing; and Star Wars aficionados tell readers what they need to know.

  • Toy Fair Launches Consumer Con

    The Toy Industry Association, operators of the North American International Toy Fair has partnered with LeftField Media to launch a new co-located event called Play Fair.

  • WNDB Postpones Diversity Festival

    We Need Diverse Books announced on Monday that the organization is postponing its first WNDB Children's Literature Diversity Festival.

  • Indie Booksellers Announce Diversity Initiative

    At last month's meeting of the Northern California Independent Booksellers Association Children's Alliance, held in San Francisco on August 24, a team of booksellers unveiled a new initiative to help raise awareness of diverse titles in children's fiction.

  • Canadian Publishing 2015: What’s Big in Canadian Children’s and YA Publishing This Fall

  • Nielsen Summit Shows the Data Behind the Children's Book Boom

    The book team at Nielsen held its second-annual Children's Book Summit, to discuss the current children's publishing market, presenting data that showed a wide range of sales and demographic trends.

  • 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.

  • In Brief: September 17, 2015

    This week, a YA character inspires publishing staffers to flaunt it; publishers make their marks; and fans see the launch of a high-seas adventure.

  • Lost My Name Partners with Space Station to Launch Second Title

    Personalized kids' book startup Lost My Name will launch its second title from the International Space Station.

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