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    BookExpo America will be one day shorter in 2017, and it will also have a shorter name: BookExpo.

  • BookCon Makes Its Chicago Debut

    After two years in New York, the consumer book convention landed in the Windy City.

  • BookCon 2016 in Photos

    Less than 24 hours after booksellers left McCormick Place in Chicago at the end of BookExpo America on May 13, the convention center's West Hall was transformed from trade show to literary amusement park.

  • Children’s and YA Books at BEA: A Photo Essay

    As McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill., filled to fit children's and YA publishers, librarians, booksellers, and book lovers alike for BookExpo America, which took place May 11–13, plenty of merriment was captured.

  • BEA 2016: Big Books from Small Presses Create a Buzz

    While the five books presented at the BEA Selects: Children's panel session were from small presses, they all made a big impression on the audience.

  • BEA 2016: Live Coverage

    PW’s live coverage of BookExpo America 2016.

  • BookCon 2016: Too Short for Readers, Just Right for Publishers

    Publishers and attendees were pleased with the venue and the programming for BookCon 2016. While attendees were disappointed that the show was for only one day this year, publishers expressed relief.

  • BEA 2016: Reeling In Readers: Three YA Authors Tell How It’s Done

    If there’s one characteristic that fans of Sarah Maas’s Throne of Glass series, Victoria Aveyard’s Red Queen series, and Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke & Bone series share, it’s this: they can’t read each installment fast enough.

  • BEA 2016: Marissa Meyer and Leigh Bardugo: Fractured Fairy Tales for Gen Z Readers

    We know that Marissa Meyer and Leigh Bardugo’s YA novels usually get pigeonholed as fantasy, but that catch-all doesn’t really convey the essence of the fictional worlds they’ve created and filled with males and females who are equally swashbuckling as heroic characters.

  • BEA 2016: Book Besties: Frenemies, Love, and Crushes

    What would we do without our best friends? How did our first crushes make us feel, and did they meet our expectations? What role do “frenemies” play in our social life? These issues and more will be the focus of this afternoon’s #IReadYA panel “Book Besties."

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