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  • Manga at Comic-Con 2016: Pokemon, Titans, Sci-Fi Take Charge

    Manga and anime aren't the main focus of Comic-Con, but the show featured an abundance of Japanese pop culture for manga and anime fans including a visit by the Pokemon manga creators.

  • New Children's, YA Comics and Imprints Debut at Comic-Con 2016

    From Comic-Con guests like Cece Bell and Noelle Stevenson to the debut of new series and new imprints, children's and YA graphic novels continue to have a strong presence at the mammoth pop culture festival.

  • Security Technology Drives Calmer But Still Robust Comic-Con 2016

    The show added RFID technology to cut back on counterfeit badges and reduce traffic on the floor, but the show also reflected a growing and optimistic comics marketplace with an influx of new readers including women and girls.

  • Nerdcamp 2016 in Photos

    A seventh-grade English teacher got on a plane to Michigan last week to attend nErDcamp, a camp-like conference for the creators and celebrators of children's literature.

  • Lescroart, Oates Among Winners at Thrillerfest

    At the 11th annual Thrillerfest banquet, held July 9 in New York City, John Lescroart won a charity award for helping to raise over $2 million for Sacramento’s libraries. Joyce Carol Oates picked up the Best Short Story honor for her story, 'Gun Accident.'

  • Just Buffalo Literary Center Celebrates Its 40th Year

    The Buffalo, N.Y., literary center distinguished itself from the beginning by putting an emphasis on working with young people.

  • ABA’s Children’s Institute Wins High Marks

    New booksellers and a record number of authors in attendance fueled enthusiasm at the conference.

  • ALA 2016 in Photos

    Just as Children's Institute was drawing to a close, another horde of book lovers descended upon Orlando: librarians!

  • Children's Institute 4 in Photos

    Independent children's booksellers flew south for the summer, to attend the ABA's fourth Children's Institute, held in Orlando, Fla.

  • An Editor Finds Her Seoul-Mates

    Mary Cash, v-p and editor-in-chief of Holiday House, reports on her trip to the Seoul International Book Fair in South Korea.

  • HMH Kicks Off Curious World Tour

    Keeping kids reading when school is not in session can be a challenge for any parent. But when books are combined with play, music and interactive entertainment, kids can enjoy these activities in an untraditional format that takes reading outdoors.

  • Tips from Children's Institute 4

    For its fourth year in a row, Children’s Institute gathered booksellers from across the country for two days of education. PW reports on some particularly useful tips that booksellers shared.

  • San Diego Comic-Con Evolves

    We take stock of the changing role of comics publishers at San Diego Comic-Con in light of the ever-increasing presence at the show of film and TV studios.

  • CI 4: Children's Bookselling Industry 'Only Connects' in Orlando

    Despite the recent tragic events that took place days before the start of Children's Institute 4 at the Wyndham Orlando, the conference started off on a high note.

  • Books Shine at Licensing Expo

    Books are playing a starring role at this year’s Licensing International Expo in Las Vegas, which began yesterday.

  • A Tale of Two Cultures: Children's Publishing in France and America

    French and American children's book publishers gathered on June 9 at the French Embassy in New York City.

  • ALA 2016: The Pura Belpré Award at 20

    The Pura Belpré Award for children and young adult books, which honors Latino writers and illustrators whose work best portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino experience, will celebrate its 20th anniversary at the 2016 ALA annual conference.

  • ALA 2016: Inside EveryLibrary's National Campaign for Local Library Support

    EveryLibrary is the only national political action committee fighting for libraries at the local level.

  • ALA 2016: Program Picks

    PW columnist Brian Kenney offers his (highly subjective) program picks for ALA 2016, in Orlando.

  • ALA 2016: Field Notes: PW talks with R. David Lankes

    In a wide-ranging conversation, PW's Annie Coreno talks with R. David Lankes about community engagement, libraries as publishers, and his new book, The New Librarianship Field Guide.

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