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    Adult Authors Dominate Triangle Square's Fall List

    The children's imprint's eighth season is notable in that five out of its six books are by authors primarily known for their adult work.

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    Reycraft Aims to Create Authentic Stories for Young Readers

    Launching this fall, the diversity-focused children's book line is the brainchild of publisher Sera Reycraft, whose roots in educational book publishing inspired her and her husband, Tom, to create a new publishing venture.

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    In Brief: September 19, 2019

    This week, Mariko Tamaki and Gene Yang have a super conversation; Neil Patrick Harris makes a magical appearance at the Library of Congress; Mo Willems wows on stage; Max Brallier celebrates the latest Last Kids on Earth novel; Nandini Bajpai hosts an unmatchable book launch; and Pam Berkman and Dorothy Hearst take a ride to Novato, Calif.

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    Noteworthy Picture Book and Graphic Novel Sequels: October 2019

    Picture book and graphic novel sequels hitting shelves next month include a field trip in outer space, a seek-and-find family adventure, a squirrel with superpowers, and more.

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    Q & A with Anna James

    PW spoke with London-based author Anna James about her debut middle grade novel, 'Pages & Co. #1: The Bookwanderers,' which kicks off a fantasy trilogy.

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    New Kids' and YA Books: Week of September 23, 2019

    Among the books hitting shelves next week are a picture book about a child who wants a pet, a middle grade graphic novel adaptation of an award-winning novel, and a book of advice for teens.

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    A Bounty of Picture Books from Oliver Jeffers

    A look at Penguin Young Readers’ fall roster shows the creativity and versatility of author-illustrator Oliver Jeffers; the publisher has four titles by Jeffers scheduled for release.

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    Noteworthy Novel Sequels: October 2019

    Fiction sequels hitting shelves in October include a reimagined Elsa without an Anna, a Holy Grail turned baby dragon, and a return to familiar heroes 10 years later.

  • Authors

    Q & A with Maulik Pancholy

    PW spoke with Maulik Pancholy about writing, acting, and the life experiences that led to the idea for his debut middle grade novel, 'The Best at It.'

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    Celebrando Las Ámericas Festival in Photos

    On August 31, Casa Camino Real Bookstore and the Border Servant Corps hosted an event dedicated to books, culture, and refugee children, Celebrando Las Ámericas: A Family Fiesta, in Las Cruces, N.M.

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PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Katie Green
British author-illustrator Katie Green discusses her graphic memoir ‘Lighter Than My Shadow,’ which traces her long struggle with and recovery from anorexia, as well as why telling the story visually was so important.
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