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  • 2018 NBA Longlist for Young People's Literature Announced

    The National Book Foundation has announced the 2018 National Book Award longlist for Young People’s Literature.

  • Children's Illustrators Unite for Get Out the Vote Campaign

    The Dear Neighbor, Please Vote campaign features a series of postcards created by children's illustrators, containing the simple message "Dear Neighbor, Please vote on November 6."

  • Rights Report: Week of September 10, 2018

    New deals for Jason Reynolds, Danica Novgorodoff, Ananth Hirsh, Yuko Ota, and others.

  • 2018 National Book Festival in Photos

    We've gathered a selection of highlights from the 18th annual Library of Congress National Book Festival, which took place September 1 in Washington, D.C., bringing together tens of thousands of book lovers.

  • The 2018 Beijing International Book Fair in Photos

    See photos from the 25th Beijing International Book Fair, which ran from August 22 to 26, shining the light on China's booming—and massive—children's book market.

  • In Brief: September 6, 2018

    This week, Yuyi Morales celebrates 'Dreamers' with Holiday House; a book launch features free Yeti hugs; actor-turned-author Thomas Lennon dines with Readerlink staff; and a social service organization holds a Back to School book fair.

  • Children's Job Moves: August 2018

    Job moves in children's literature during August 2018.

  • West Side Publishing Will Launch Little Grasshopper Books

    Publications International founder Lou Weber's West Side Publishing company is launching a children’s publishing imprint, Little Grasshopper Books, that will encompass a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction formats, primarily for children five and under.

  • Rights Report: Week of August 27, 2018

    New deals for Christina Soontornvat, Gae Polisner, Nora Raleigh Baskin, and others.

  • Children's Market Spotlight: Japan

    For a look at Japan's current children’s book landscape, PW spoke with some of the country's major publishers about efforts to promote homegrown authors and illustrators.

  • Beijing 2018: Throwing the Spotlight on Children's Books

    A hall dedicated to children's content and licensing, and a full-day Children's Publishing Forum during this year's 25th Beijing International Book Fair are testament to the booming—and massive—Chinese children's book market.

  • On Tour with Dhonielle Clayton and Zoraida Córdova

    This summer, YA fantasy authors Dhonielle Clayton and Zoraida Córdova embarked on a national "Belles & Brujas" tour in celebration of Clayton’s The Belles series, and Córdova’s Brooklyn Brujas series.

  • Rights Report: Week of August 20, 2018

    New deals for Angie Manfredi, Bao Phi, Lisa Brown, and many others.

  • Chronicle, Trustbridge to Launch Chinese Children’s Books Imprint

    Chronicle Books will partner with Trustbridge Global Media to launch Chronicle Bridge, an imprint that will publish Chinese-language editions of Chronicle children's books for distribution in China.

  • What I Read on My Summer Vacation...

    Teachers and librarians across the country weigh in on what they’ve been reading this summer for sheer entertainment, professional development, and also with an eye toward what they’d like to share with students.

  • Top Takeaways from the ISTE Annual Conference

    PW surveyed attendees of this year’s International Society for Technology in Education Conference in Chicago about what ideas and developments in EdTech had inspired them.

  • ISTE Summer Conference Catch-Up

    We take a look at new developments for Future Ready Librarians and the International Society for Technology in Education, following the 2018 ISTE Conference.

  • Finding Books for Teaching Social and Emotional Learning

    Children’s publishers tell us about some of their recent efforts to market and promote books that encompass SEL themes.

  • Social and Emotional Learning in the Field

    A number of teachers and librarians share some of their favorite and most effective ways of incorporating social and emotional learning into their lessons.

  • CASEL’S Core Competencies of Social and Emotional Learning

    The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning has devised a framework that highlights the five Core Competencies of social and emotional learning and includes some of the various methods for teaching them.

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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