Selznick's 'Big Tree' Was Millions of Years in the Making
With 'Big Tree'—a 527-page epic in alternating and overlapping words and visuals—Selznick takes readers back 100 million years to the Cretaceous period, to meet two sycamore seeds on their quest to put down roots.
Silver Dolphin Expands Bestselling Board Book Series
Silver Dolphin Books is bringing its bestselling You're My Little series, written by Nicola Edwards and illustrated by Natalie Marshall, into new formats for the first time.
Sisters Collaborate on New Ballet Picture Book
'Gloria's Promise,' the newest picture book from sisters Robin Preiss Glasser and Jacqueline Preiss Weitzman, is a particularly meaningful one for the longtime collaborators.
Rights Report: Week of March 27, 2023
New deals for Channelle Desamours, Julia Riew, Eden Royce, and others.
New and Noteworthy Children's and YA Books: March 2023
March's bounty of books for young readers includes a picture book about young dancer achieving his dreams, a collection of interconnected stories set at a busy airport, a YA debut tackling xenophobia, and more notable titles.
'Very Impatient Caterpillar' Series Spawns Fourth Book
Author-illustrator Ross Burach is gearing up for another career milestone with the release of 'Make Way for Butterfly' on April 18 from Scholastic Press.
New Kids' and YA Books: Week of March 27, 2022
Among the books hitting shelves next week are a picture book highlighting music history, a middle grade novel about a girl's relationship to a wandering shark, a YA novel with a new spin on Greek mythology, and more.
New Picture Book 'The Umbrella' Honors Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Beth Ferry and Tom Lichtenheld's new collaboration, 'The Umbrella,' a picture book about bringing sunshine to a dreary world, is dedicated to the late children's author Amy Krouse Rosenthal.
Rights Report: Week of March 20, 2022
New deals for Marieke Nijkamp, Kerisa Greene, Beth Ferry, Rebecca Balcárcel, and others.
Celebrating Five Years of Transformational Stories: Close-Up on Rick Riordan Presents
Author and publisher Rick Riordan reflects on half a decade of exceptional storytelling. (Sponsored)
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