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  • 2019 TeenBookCon in Photos

    More than 1,700 YA book lovers attended this year's TeenBookCon, which was held on March 30 in League City, Tex.

  • In Brief: April 18, 2019

    This week, Oge Mora receives an Ezra Jack Keats Award; Neal Porter reflects on 40 years in publishing; Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu come out of the shadows; Mercy Watson makes an appearance; and a Boston Marathon legend celebrates a new picture book about her run.

  • Centennial Celebration of Children's Book Week Underway

    Numerous participants, partnerships, and interactive opportunities are in the works for the 100th anniversary of Children's Book Week.

  • 2019 North Texas Teen Book Festival in Photos

    The fifth annual North Texas Teen Book Festival and Educator Day took place March 22–23 in Irving, Tex., drawing more than 15,000 attendees; click through to see our selection of event highlights.

  • KidLit TV Celebrates Children's Book Week 2019

    KidLit TV, a producer of resources for parents, teachers and librarians, has partnered with the Children's Book Council and Every Child a Reader to release 100 "Creator Corner" videos, in honor of the 100th anniversary of Children's Book Week.

  • Donations Help Rebuild Libraries in Paradise, Calif.

    To support the community of Paradise, Calif., which was devastated by wildfire last November, children's author Lee Wardlaw delivered more than 5,300 books donated by more than 240 authors, readers, librarians, and publishing professionals.

  • Making and Marketing Children's and YA Series: An ABPA Panel

    Book packagers and publishers gathered on April 10 at the New York Public Library's Muhlenberg branch for a panel discussion on publishing juvenile series, which was presented by the American Book Producers Association.

  • Attendance Up, Middle Grade Hot at Bologna 2019

    Children’s publishers near and far gathered in Italy for the 56th edition of the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, held April 1–4. Visitors to the fair totaled 28,946, an increase of 5% over last year, and there were 1,442 exhibitors from more than 80 countries and regions.

  • Bologna 2019: All Our Coverage

    See PW's reporting on the 56th annual Bologna Children's Book Fair, which took place April 1-4.

  • Middle Grade 2019 Growth Spurts

    We asked editors to share their insights on the growing number of heavily illustrated middle grade books, titles spotlighting neurodiversity and physical differences, and books containing LGBTQ representation.

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