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    We spotlight five notable children’s and YA debuts this season.

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    Actor, activist, and author Alyssa Milano carried a message of hope to independent booksellers in her closing remarks in Pittsburgh at the American Booksellers Association’s seventh annual Children’s Institute.

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    On June 28 at Children's Institute, author Elizabeth Acevedo took the stage for the afternoon keynote, discussing the importance of representation and inclusion, recognizing our role as gatekeepers, and a bookstore’s responsibility to create a welcoming space.

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    New deals announced for Derrick Barnes, J.Elle, Mayra Cuevas, C.S. Pacat, and more.

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  • Spring 2019 Flying Starts: Tina Athaide

    We speak with Tina Athaide about her debut novel, ‘Orange for the Sunsets,’ which is inspired by her family’s departure from Uganda in the 1970s, during the country’s expulsion of South Asian Indians.

  • Spring 2019 Flying Starts: Kate Allen

    The summer that 19-year-old Kate Allen lived at home in Beverly, Mass., and worked in a candy store while on break from Bates College, a fisherman caught a great white shark in her town and pulled it into the harbor.

  • Spring 2019 Flying Starts: Carlos Hernandez

    Carlos Hernandez, author of ‘Sal & Gabi Break the Universe,’ speaks with us about celebrating Cuban-American culture and science fiction in his middle grade debut.

  • Spring 2019 Flying Starts: Sophie Gilmore

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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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