Bestseller Stat Shot
|Dead Until Dark||1,315,830|
|Living Dead in Dallas||891,684|
|Dead to the World||695,248|
|Dead as a Doornail||619,159|
|All Together Dead||576,579|
|From Dead to Worse||733,901|
|Dead and Gone||720,328|
|Dead in the Family||613,876|
Guest blogger Alison Morris chronicles her visit to Greece with other children’s book lovers for a Children’s Literature New England weeklong institute.
Book-to-film adaptations that failed on every level.
Beyond Her Book
Paranormal romance author Sara Humphreys takes on clothing retailer Ambercrombie & Fitch.
Debut author Henry Clark discusses his first book for children, What We Found in the Sofa and How It Saved the World (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers), as well as his writing aspirations as a child.
More to Come
The More to Come crew discusses the Toronto Comic and Arts Festival and Archie’s groundbreaking gay character, Kevin Keller. (Archie just received a GLAAD LGBT Media Award for outstanding comic book series.)
The Week Ahead
The Apple e-book price-fixing case is heating up, with a trial set for early June. PW senior writer Andrew Albanese breaks it down.
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Forrest Pritchard, an English major turned farmer and the author of Gaining Ground (Lyons), on why you should spend that extra buck on organic produce.
Turns out, excrement is fascinating. We talk with David Waltner-Toews, author of Origin of the Feces (ECW), about the curious history of poop, from Hercules to contemporary waste management.
Be sure to visit us at BEA from May 29 to June 1. We’ll be in booth #1252. See you there!
From the Newsletters
Inside the team that cracked Linear B, a cryptic ancient Greek script that predates the classical era by 1,000 years.
Missed the Children’s Choice Book Awards last week? No worries, we’ve got a photo essay.
Cooking the Books
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, author of River Cottage Veg (10 Speed Press), on going vegetarian and cooking from his garden.
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The most-read review on publishersweekly .com last week was Adulting by Kelly Williams Brown (Grand Central).
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This week, bestselling author Charlaine Harris talks about Dead Ever After, the final Sookie Stackhouse novel. Next week we’ll be joined by Rick Yancey, whose YA thriller The 5th Wave (Putnam) just hit the shelves. Plus, host (and PW reviews editor) Rose Fox talks about what’s hot in sci-fi. Did you miss the original broadcast? Catch the re-air, Saturdays at 11 a.m.