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    Here's your go-to list for the show's big galley giveaways.

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    An early look at the unmissable children's and YA books that publishers will showcase at BEA.

  • BEA 2016: BookCon Heads to the Windy City

    After two successful years in New York, BookCon is making a one-day appearance in Chicago, the day after BEA closes. Here's what you can expect to see.

  • BEA 2016: Lise Solomon is PW's Rep of the Year

    Solomon is held in high regard in her Bay Area territory as a passionate reader, but Solomon said that is only part of what she does: “It’s also about being a passionate advocate,” she says.

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    Having weathered every challenge possible since its 1851 founding, Books Inc. demonstrates its commitment to bookselling, even in difficult circumstances.

  • BEA 2016: Around the Booths

    A guide to select exhibitors at BookExpo America 2016.

  • BEA 2016: Chicago is a Library Town

    Over the past few years, librarians have become an increasingly important part of BookExpo America, with the expanded Library Insight track and more events and promotions for librarians.

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    The big show returns to the Midwest after a 12-year absence.

  • Steve Rosato Leaves BEA

    After 18 years as event director Rosato is exploring a new venture. Brien McDonald, director of publisher & studio relations, will assume Rosato’s duties for the upcoming Chicago event.

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