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    The 12th annual Brooklyn Book Festival took place in downtown Brooklyn on September 16 and 17, drawing a record 45,000 attendees.

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    Children’s booksellers and authors came together to discuss ways to increase diverse perspectives in children’s literature at the annual New England Independent Booksellers Association gathering in Providence, R.I., held September 18–20.

  • In Brief: September 21, 2017

    This week, Richard Paul Evans celebrates the final Michael Vey book; YA authors chat about love and hate in Pasadena; Macmillan staffers channel their inner riot grrrls; middle-grade friends and authors catch up; an author and cancer survivor celebrates with a joyful book launch; and author-illustrator Michaele Razi is frank about spiders.

  • Besser to Replace Boughton at Macmillan Children's

    Senior v-p and publishing director Simon Boughton is leaving Macmillan; Jennifer Besser, currently president and publisher of G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers, will assume his role on October 30.

  • Robinson Named Winner of NBF's Literarian Award

    The National Book Foundation has named Scholastic chairman, president, and CEO Dick Robinson the recipient of its 2017 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community.

  • 2017 Decatur Book Festival in Photos

    See highlights from the 12th annual AJC Decatur Book Festival, which took place September 1–3.

  • TV Alert: 'Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library'

    Chris Grabenstein's middle grade fantasy caper will premiere on Nickelodeon as an original TV movie on October 9.

  • Rights Report: Week of September 18, 2017

    New deals this week for Dan Gemeinhart, Paul Acampora, Virginia Schwartz, and more.

  • News from the North: September 2017

    Robert Munsch’s picture book 'Love You Forever' gets the pop-up book treatment, and more Canadian children’s publishing news.

  • 'Essentials for Kids' Provides Hurricane and Funding Relief

    The American Federation of Teachers, First Book, and the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation have announced plans to provide targeted relief for schools affected by Harvey and Irma.

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