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    Jennifer Weiner to Pen First Children's Project at Aladdin

    In what marks her first foray into children's literature, bestselling author Jennifer Weiner has signed a three-book deal with Simon & Schuster's Aladdin imprint to write a middle grade trilogy.

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    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.

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    Pharrell, Penguin, and First Book Team Up for #ReadHAPPY Initiative

    Fans of Pharrell Williams's 'Happy' will have the chance to experience it as a picture book, and channel the title's joyful vibe into book donations that benefit children in need.

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    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.'

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    Hot Off the Presses: Week of October 5, 2015

    Hitting bookshelves next week are a picture book about two handmade friends, an unsettling middle-grade novel, a YA novel featuring fan fiction favorites, and many more.

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    Licensing Hotline: October 1

    Iconix Brand Group, best known for its licensed fashion and lifestyle labels, purchased the rights to Strawberry Shortcake in February.

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