Here are the 10 most popular stories about children’s and YA books published on publishersweekly.com in 2015.
A husband-and-wife team's self-published picture book set on their farm landed a major deal after strong sales in their local independent bookstore.
Author Cornelia Funke, citing creative differences with her publisher and a wish for more artistic freedom, started her own press, Breathing Books.
YA author Zac Brewer announced his gender transition this year. He was previously published as Heather Brewer.
Our annual feature gave book lovers an advance peek at the big books of the fall.
A roundup of the most anticipated fall picture books, middle grade, and YA novels, chosen by our editors.
This fall, the New York Times announced changes in the way it reports bestselling books for children, separating paperback and ebook sales in the printed list, making more room for new hardcover fiction.
A preview of the forthcoming season’s big books.
In 2015, bestselling YA author Richelle Mead concluded one long-running series and launched a new one.
This story about a six-figure book deal for a debut YA author inspired a social media hashtag (#MorallyComplicatedYA) in the wake of the author's comments.
Sarah J. Maas’s YA fantasy series shot to the top of the bestseller list, and her legion of devoted fans helped this story shoot to the top of our big stories of the year.